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7 Risks To Avoid In Your Business People Management

Even after many of years mentoring entrepreneurs and advising businesses, I continue to be surprised by the primary focus on products and processes, and the often incidental attention to hiring and nurturing the right people. Employees are still too often thought of as a commodity, to be acquired “just in time” for the lowest cost, and managed as a disposable asset. All this despite continuing evidence that the right people make a business succeed, rather than the other way around.
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