Higher Salaries Won’t Fix the Problem

Sep 26, 2008 2:11 pm

Lack of employee engagement costs $1.8 million per 1,000 employees

A new report finds the effort and commitment that people have in their jobs is strongly related to how people are treated and how they view their managers, not to pay.

These engagement factors have almost twice the impact on motivation and results than pay and benefits–meaning more money won’t move the productivity meter upwards.

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