This book takes readers through the ins-and-outs of best-place-to work lists. Dozens of case study examples provide insights into what winning - and hopeful - companies are doing to be recognized as the best of the best, and what every organization should look at before embarking on this mammoth adventure.
Organizations spend significant money each year on total rewards to attract, motivate and retain employees. Yet, when employees are unaware of the programs, employers fail to see the full return on their investment. This can be solved by communication. Leveraging the strength of a total rewards package through effective communication is one of the most important challenges for the HR professional.
Given the ongoing deterioration of America's health in the areas of obesity, hypertension, abnormal lipids/cholesterol and insulin resistance, promoting employee health management (EHM) is the best long-term solution to containing ever-rising medical costs. Healthy employees and their healthy families are likely to incur lower medical costs and be more productive. EHM incentives have shown to be effective in making a good cost-control strategy even better.
This second edition is a collaboration of articles from workspan and the WorldatWork Journal (2005-2010). Plus, the collection now includes a listing of related surveys and "Creating a Sustainable Rewards and Talent Management Model: Results of the 2010 Global Talent Management and Rewards Study" full survey report by TowersWatson (2010).
This book provides case studies of the majority of the 2008 Work-Life Innovative Excellence Award applicants, including the three organizations that received the Work-Life Innovative Excellence Award. It has been said that good ideas have no shelf life. For the organizations that have yet to consider these work-life programs, they may literally bring revolutionary change.
Brought up-to-date from the original e-work guide published by ITAC in 2000, this book helps organizations to successfully implement or expand telework programs using practical steps and sample templates.
For many years, organizations have used the term “wellness” to talk about the physical aspect of employee health. However, in the past few years the term “well-being” has come to the fore to represent a more holistic view, encompassing the concepts of financial well-being, spiritual well-being, and emotional and mental well-being — in addition to physical well-being.
With her latest book, nationally known work-life expert Karol Rose has responded directly to the growing demand and challenges of employer-sponsored, work-life initiatives. This book updates and illuminates the concepts presented in Rose's previous effort, "Work-Life Effectiveness: Programs, Policies and Practices," a book often referred to as the work-life profession's "bible." This title book culls and assimilates mountains of information and years of research to build a strong business case for designing, implementing and enhancing work-life programs.
In this collection of articles from WorldatWork, thought leaders provide ideas and concepts about how to effectively implement work-life initiatives, including programs that address telework, flexible scheduling, business continuity, wellness, dependent care and time off. Case studies, research and interviews with professionals in the field discuss the pressing issues facing both employers and employees, proving that creating a flexible work environment can be one of the best ways to increase employee satisfaction beyond simply issuing a bigger paycheck.
This book is designed to provide readers with a rich collection of the resources contributed by participants at a working retreat on workplace flexibility. It offers testimonies to alleviate organizational concerns, gives facts to counter common but erroneous myths, and presents options for introducing organizational skills that are needed to create a fluid, flexible work environment that delivers the agility required to survive in today's fast-changing economy.