Are your workers grateful for the benefits you provide tothem--or are growing numbers of them seething over perceivedinequities that give the lion's share of benefit dollars to aminority in the workplace? If you think the grumpiness is on therise, you're right. But the surprising news is that theminority pointed to as receiving too many benefits are workers withchildren. And a startling 56 percent of companies polled by TheConference Board, a New York City-based research organization, saythat childless employees resent the benefits provided to employeeswith children.
Robert McGarvey writes on business, psychology and managementtopics for several national publications. To reach him online withyour questions or ideas, e-mail [email protected]
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