Winestock, Geoff
April 2009
BRW;4/30/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p36
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the need for companies to treat staff properly and keep them motivated at work despite recession in Australia. It was found that 37 percent of Australian companies are planning to reduce staff according to a survey by Hay Group Inc. However, companies that have intention to cut employees can lose the loyalty of staff who have invaluable training.


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