New Apple Ipad Thinner, Lighter But Still $499


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The most popular non-monetary rewards: Comp time off Free food or meals Event tickets (to shows, sporting events and concerts) While these do cost money, they cost less than offering raises since they’re given on an occasional, not ongoing, basis. That said, tangible rewards like raises, bonuses and promotions still matter to Gen Y. In fact, possibly more than they do to other age groups. While 31 percent of respondents overall say they’d start job-hunting if an expected raise, bonus or promotion didn’t materialize, among Gen Y that figure jumps to 48 percent. It Depends on the Life Stage of the Employee Other key motivators for employees vary depending on their ages and life-stages, too. For example: Gen Y and Boomer respondents are more motivated by interesting work. Gen X was more motivated by good benefits and good pay/salary. This may reflect on life stage: Gen X: Typically married and raising a family with lots of financial obligations.
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Apple is focusing on this customer experience idea too. In a statement from an official release announcing the new tablet, senior vice president of worldwide marketing Peter Schiller said : iPad created an entirely new mobile computing experience, and the new iPad Air is another big leap ahead. It is so thin, light and powerful, once you hold one in your hand you will understand what a tremendous advancement this is. The iPad Air features a 9.7-inch retina display, will come in silver or “space gray” and will be available starting November 1. Here’s a quick hands on review of the device from Engadget: Does Your Business Need an iPad? Though die hard Apple fans will likely love the new device, businesses may not take to it so quickly. After all, Apple has kept its price on the new iPad about the same as on previous models. Meanwhile, other tablet makers are offering a Windows operating system likely to be more popular with some small businesses — and at the same price or lower.
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