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  2. Employee stock ownership - Wikipedia

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    Employee ownership is a way of running a business that can work for different sized businesses in diverse sectors. Employee ownership requires employees to own a significant and meaningful stake in their company. The size of the shareholding must be significant.

  3. Assurant - Wikipedia

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    Assurant, Inc. is a global provider of risk management products and services with headquarters in New York City. Its businesses provide a diverse set of specialty, niche-market insurance products in the property, casualty, extended device protection, and preneed insurance sectors.

  4. Employee monitoring - Wikipedia

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    Financial benefits Employee Monitoring can be used to monitor the safety and productivity of the employees but it also may help businesses financially. From the illoyal employee who steals time and money from the business to the redefining of unprofitable processes in monitoring employee actions, employee monitoring allows for financial profits ...

  5. Turnover (employment) - Wikipedia

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    Companies try to reduce employee turnover rates by offering benefits such as paid sick days, paid holidays and flexible schedules. In the United States, the average total of non-farm seasonally adjusted monthly turnover was 3.3% for the period from December, 2000 to November, 2008. [3]

  6. Workplace wellness - Wikipedia

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    However, a large and growing body of research shows that workplace wellness has far more deleterious effects on employee health than benefits, and that there are no savings whatsoever. Indeed, the most recent winner of the industry's award for the best program admitted to violating clinical guidelines and fabricating outcomes improvement.

  7. Endicott Johnson Corporation - Wikipedia

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    IBM's "New Deal": Employment Policies of the International Business Machines Corporation, 1933–1956 (2005). The Journal of the Historical Society 5 (1), 47–77 - discussing IBM's employee benefits, and the role of Endicott-Johnson in influencing them. External links. Historical Photos of E-J factories from George F. Johnson Memorial Library.

  8. Lincoln National Corporation - Wikipedia

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    Lincoln National Corporation is a Fortune 250 American holding company, which operates multiple insurance and investment management businesses through subsidiary companies. Lincoln Financial Group is the marketing name for LNC and its subsidiary companies.

  9. Performance appraisal - Wikipedia

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    A performance appraisal, also referred to as a performance review, performance evaluation, (career) development discussion, or employee appraisal is a method by which the job performance of an employee is documented and evaluated.