BOSTON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Managers needing to attract orretain the best talent at a time of tight budgets need to lookbeyond the payroll, since for many workers non-monetary rewardslike flex-time hold a lot of a appeal, says Harvard BusinessReview.
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"Many managers worry about how to retain top talent withoutbreaking the bank. The good news is that even with the mostsought after A-players, research shows non-monetary rewards canbe more appealing than high salaries.
Here are three things you can provide that often rank equalto or higher than compensation:
1. Flex time. Offer employees flexible arrangements, such asremote work options, staggered hours, or condensed workweeks.
2. Recognition. The best people want to feel appreciated fortheir hard work. Whether in a private email or a public venue,acknowledge your peoples' good work.
3. A culture that values results, not face time. Set theexample: Take time out during the day to go to the gym or seeyour child's play, and encourage employees to do the same."
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