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Hena Hyder Article Review- Nov. 05, 2007 MANA 3320-Boston What Makes a Company A Great Place to Work Today By Sue Shellenbarger Summary: This article recently published in the New York Times discusses the difference between nowadays when companies are ranked in workplace comfort and incentives given, as the criteria used to decide between accepting different job offers, as opposed to some time ago when the employer wore the pants in the employer-employee relationship and did not have to give away extra benefits for the individual to feel comfortable choosing them as the company to work for and develop skills necessary to thrive in the business industry we live in today. Various incentives that may be offered nowadays by a firm include: -Wide-open flexibility: Flexibility in scheduling is key. Everyone wants to be able to accomplish personal tasks and duties during the day without it cutting down on their work time. As is mentioned in the ‘what’s not so hot’ section further in the article, rigid policies on
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course MANA 3320 taught by Professor Boston during the Fall '07 term at UT Arlington.

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