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Employee Engagement’s False Bottom

Bottoms Up on Employee Engagement Here is a false phrase bandied around many offices and workplaces: “It all comes down to the bottom line.”  This is often used to say that money, is the ultimate determiner of what should take place at work and the bottom line is the ultimate deciding factor on business decisions. […]
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