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Welcome Boomerang Employees Back — Effectively

A recent Paychex survey asked individuals who quit their jobs if they were satisfied with their original decision and whether they had any regrets. About 80 percent of the more than 800 employees surveyed said that they did have regrets about quitting. In addition, 78 percent of individuals who left their jobs said that they would like to have their old job back, and 68 percent had tried to do so. Paychex dubbed this the “great regret.” However, these results give employers valuable information about the potential to work with those who have been called “boomerang employees” in previous generations.

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Impact on Layoff Survivors

With a slow economic recovery well underway, there is a new employment story to be told—those who remain at organizations […]

9 years ago
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Staying Lean

The phrase, “Lean In” has been on everyone’s lips since the popular book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will […]

10 years ago
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The Cost of Unethical Behavior

To join in celebrating Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week, we bring you an article from the Journal of Management that […]

10 years ago
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Bargaining Behind the Scenes

Beth A. Livingston, Cornell University, published “Bargaining Behind the Scenes: Spousal Negotiation, Labor, and Work-Family Burnout” on December 21st, 2011 in […]

11 years ago
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