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Employment Relationships 2.0

March 2014 – Vol: 37 No. 3
by Julie Knudson

Developing an employee value proposition that really works.

Snapshots of happy employeesThink your credit union doesn’t have an employee value proposition? Think again. “Every company has a value proposition,” says Thomas O. Davenport, senior consultant in the San Francisco office of Stamford, Conn.-based Towers Watson. The question, he says, is whether that EVP was deliberately formulated, or if the company simply allowed it to develop without conscious direction.

The employer-employee relationship is a partnership. There is an arrangement between workers and the organizations that employ them, and Mark Arnold, president of consulting firm

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