Feuer, Michael
August 2012
Smart Business Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky;Aug2012, p22
The article focuses on the reason why an employer appeared to be the last to know when problems in the company arise. In reality, it notes that an employer probably is the first to know when there is a time to finally create a solution to a problem. It mentions that an employer needs to decide on certain matters after a careful deliberation and making them work.


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