Rol Fessenden wrote:
> Replying to LO9601 --
> Keith suggests measures such as the following.
> "Good practices should result in lower absences, less turnover, higher
> satifaction, fewer washroom or smoke breaks or trips to the "water cooler", more
> collaboration among peers, more voluntary overtime (occasionally)...."
> Our experience is that these are very good measures of the _corporate_ health
> and well-being, but they do not provide differentiation among individual
> managers within the company. At least that has been the case here...
Maybe I missed something at the beginning of the thread, but Rol, why do you need "differentiation among
individual managers?" Isn't the "corporate health and well-being" what you're after?
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