US firms, workers differ on why people stay in jobs


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Published in Reuters October 20, 2009 by Ellen Wulfhorst
Employers and employees have dramatically different opinions of why workers remain in their jobs, says research released on Tuesday showing U.S. companies may struggle to retain employees in an improved job market.
Employees cite benefits, financial compensation, and their career growth and earnings potential as the top three reasons they stay in their jobs, according to a survey by Spherion Corp. (SFN.N: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz), a recruiting and staffing company.

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