September 2002
ManagerZine;Fall2002, Issue 2, pN.PAG
Discusses issues about personnel management. List of employee behavior problems that annoy managers; Importance of managers' feedback; Analysis of a conflict which occurred after reorganization of a work team. INSET: Descent to Conflict.


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