Picking Tomorrow's Brightest Leaders Today

May 2003
Workforce (10928332);May2003, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p58
Gives advice on issues related to employment. Factors to consider when implementing a phased-in plan for succession management; Advice from Elizabeth A. Dudek of the Segal Co. on designing a cafeteria type of benefit plan for a company; Approach in resolving problems created by the daughter of a company owner; Approaches in supporting the development needs of highly qualified and competent consultants.


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