Enough is enough

Feuer, Michael
June 2009
Smart Business Indianapolis;Jun2009, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p22
The article shares the author's views on the significance of counting what has been achieved and contributed within the company. The author relates that there is a need to commemorate the positives and to inform the employees about what is working despite the economic crisis. Furthermore, the author mentions on recognizing the employee's effort and promising to communicate with them.


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