More creative than cash

Gone now are the days when salary was the lone driving force motivating employee performance and retention. This article delves into the non-monetary incentives that three companies are now offering project professionals as a means of securing their commitment to the organization and bolstering their creativity on projects. The article includes two sidebars: the first discusses the positive changes realized from international initiatives for work-life balance; the second offers a list of 12 questions that companies can use to collect and gauge employee work-life data.
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