THE MONEY-MEANING GAP
The money-meaning gap is the divide between an organization’s emphasis on profit and all the factors that make work a purposeful, values-based endeavor for employees. Though compensation remains a significant aspect of what most individuals get out of a work experience, it is no longer the only thing or even the major thing. In many Asian countries there are those who simply expect to be given challenging assignments where they are learning and growing constantly. And in any large organization, you’ll find a percentage of employees who want to work for a company that is environmentally conscious or contributes to making the world a better place in some other way. Or you’ll find a significant number of people who want ...
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