Business leaders often expend significant energy and effort trying to get $10 million in workforce productivity while only spending $9 million on personnel expense. They are disproportionately focusing on cost control at the expense of getting added value from their people. We’ve seen examples before: opting not to fill all available positions in order to save money, tweaking benefits to reduce employer costs, etc.
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