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I Love My Work

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Expert Perspective on Employee Relations

As John Hammond begins his thoughtful article I Love My Work: “When we truly enjoy our work (or play) we are most likely to commit ourselves to it, extend ourselves – in terms of time and effort – to make sure we do the best we can. In a perfect business world, every organization would ensure its own success by employing those people who most enjoy doing the organization’s work. The structure of each organization would simply evolve to maximize the efficiency of its employees’ efforts.”

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Win One for the Organization

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As John Hammond shares in his insightful paper Win One for the Organization: “To compete under today’s cost pressures, companies must streamline and restructure to run leaner and respond to change more nimbly. While most employers have little difficulty justifying cost sharing with their employees, they have been extremely reluctant to involve employees and HR in identifying cost sharing opportunities.
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