by Paula Santonocito editor at:

Organizations aren't only cutting staffing. Benefits too are on the chopping block.

Today's Wall Street Journal (subscription required) reports that cell phone maker Motorola will suspend matching contributions to employee 401(k)s effective January 1.

Meanwhile, today's New York Times reports on a proposal by New York Governor David Paterson that would reduce benefits for newly hired state and municipal workers. The governor also recommends extending length of service requirements for full pension benefits for current state employees, and changing the years required for vesting in the state pension plan.

Such activity raises the question again with regard to technology: What talent management technologies have the potential for the greatest financial impact?

If you're a seller, tout the bang for the buck. If you're an employer, look for technology solutions that will make a monetary difference.

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