Fenn, Donna
July 2001
Inc.;Jul2001, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p34
Explains the importance of taking a vacation to small business executives. Reliability of leaving the executives' tasks to the management teams.; Decision of Jo DeMars, president of DeMars & Associates Ltd. to take a break from her job; Problems experienced by Louis Ravenet, chief executive of Invoke Systems; How business executives view their work and vacation.


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