Jottings By An Employer's Lawyer

Sunday, August 04, 2002

It's Not Just About Money




Although frequently having made this point in union prevention training (mainly on the basis of a study quoted by a former partner, but personally never seen), it is good to see that some one actually did a study to show that when it comes to what is really important to employees, it is not all about money. As Andrew Sullivan is fond of saying in his blog, this is the money paragraph:

Myth No. 5: It’s all about money.

Fact: When employees ranked what was most important, money finished out of the money - it was only the fifth most important value. The most important values were, in order, the ability to balance work and outside life, the meaningfulness of work, trust among employees and the employees’ relationship with their supervisor or manager


The survey is by DDI, a human resource consulting firm and here's the rest of the story about employee retention and the data behind the survey.


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