Managing fairness

Cottringer, William
October 1999
Executive Excellence;Oct99, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p13
Enumerates the ten behaviors that need to be balanced to achieve fairness in personnel management. Includes giving versus taking; Autocracy versus democracy; Autonomy versus supervision.


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