Motivating staff left behind by relocation

January 2009
People Management;1/15/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p36
The article offers advice on motivating staff left behind by relocation. An expert suggested that one way to ensure these people will continue to perform effectively is to make use of the long lead time before the relocation. Devising a programme of support, tailored to the needs of staff is also emphasized. Another expert recommended the need to look at communication.


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