Staffers Will Perform Once They're Engaged

May 2013
Bank Investment Consultant;May2013, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p32
Trade Publication
The author offers suggestions on how to manage employees and make them work according to the requirement of the U.S. banking industry. He states that customer services of the industry depend on the highly engaged employees. He also mentions that personnel management department needs to take leadership and personality assessment tests during hiring of employees.


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