Despite the improving economy, we’ll continue to struggle with difficult work force challenges in 2011, as companies find themselves dealing with such problems as disengaged employees, skills atrophy and worker resentment.
That forecast comes from Rick Dacri, a human resources consultant and author of the book, "Uncomplicating Management." Don Tennant spoke with Dacri recently, and he provided 10 predictions on what to expect in the realm of work force management in the coming year.
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