Thursday, July 21, 2005

Stress and lack of control drive workers to retire early: Employers advised to give valued staff more autonomy
[21 July 2005 - Ottawa Citizen] Employers trying to keep older workers from taking early retirement should consider the often overlooked option of offering them greater autonomy on the job, says a new Statistics Canada study. The study says such ideas as raising salaries or reducing hours of work do not go to the heart of one reason many workers opt out early -- namely high job strain fuelled by a lack of control over what the job is and how it should be done. ...


Post a Comment

<< Home