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Fight the Great Resignation With One Little Idea Some employees want a bigger paycheck. Others seek ways to stretch their paycheck.

By Howard S. Dvorkin

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Like many business owners, it's taking me much longer to find new employees than it did before and even during the pandemic. Some of my fellow business owners can't find warm bodies to hire at all.

The solutions from experts usually involve blowing up your business plan: Pay a lot more for the same work, pay a lot more for Cadillac healthcare plans, let employees do less work at home.

However, when you actually ask employees what they want, different desires emerge. Here's one I find most encouraging: "Employer financial wellness programs appear to help ease money concerns of Americans, in particular Gen Z."

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