Avoiding downsizing

Pottruck, David
February 1998
Executive Excellence;Feb98, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p17
Focuses on the factors that keeps Schwab Co. from corporate downsizing. Result of downsizing; Shift of companies from paternalistic model to expectation of self-reliance in the workforce; Commitment to long term continuous growth; Growing presence in the international market; Use of technology to enhance customer relationship.


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