Want workers to listen to you? Gain their trust

Akahoshi, Talei; Heagy, Laurie
March 2011
Patient Education Management;Mar2011, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p34
Academic Journal
In this article, Talei Akahoshi, director of occupational health at Piedmont Healthcare, Atlanta, Georgia, and Michelle L. McCarthy, onsite medical case manager for Genex Services in Norcross, Georgia, recommend means by which the employers can establish trust amongst their employees, thus making them receptive towards advice.


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