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Wain, Daniel
January 2009
People Management;1/15/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p13
The author reflects on how organization should measure and manage its employees. The author asserts that employers must first determining the specific priorities for their own organisation, and then build measures around them. The author believes that measuring return on investment can easily result in confused accounting and inconclusive statistics, and thus itself be a waste of time, resources and money.


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