Friday, August 6, 2010
Are Fed-Up American Workers Getting Their Gumption Back? - Newsweek: "Nearly 48 percent of Americans say they planned to look for a new job once the economy stabilizes. Roughly half of those surveyed say they no longer trust their companies or feel like they treat workers fairly, according to Deloitte's 2010 Ethics & Workplace Survey. 'When you consider this, it has huge implication for companies' bottom lines,' says Sharon Allen, chairman of Deloitte. 'It costs money to replace workers, and it's very costly in terms of the loss of institutional knowledge.'"