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Corporate Americas hidden deficit

Deficits are growing and many people in government, business and academia are worried. The U.S. federal government deficit is now at an unprecedented level. Most economists including Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and politicians on opposite sides of the political spectrum are concerned that it is simply unsustainable in the long term for our government to spend far more than it takes in.......

Full article >>> ith employees. Indeed, too many of the policies and practices employed by corporate America today diminish rather than increase the supply of emotional capital.

The emotional capital deficit is overlooked because few HR departments try to measure or track it. Yes, most HR groups do employee satisfaction surveys but these efforts dont get fully at the emotional drivers of performance. Sati......

Full article >>> ch a focused employee survey, convene discussion groups, talk with key talent (not just your execs) one-on-one. Find out what policies and practices are missing that would increase emotional commitment and engagement. Take a hard look at those already in place and eliminate any that are sapping the energy, passion and zeal of your workers.

Like the federal government budget and the intern......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 11/26/04


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