Protecting the Worker

This leader tried to put himself in the shoes of his people. Then, he asked them for their ideas. Then he did the opposite of what most businesses are doing now - he is protecting the workers before he protects himself. And he did it in a way that most managers and professionals we see in the papers lack the courage to do. Read on...

Beth Israel's CEO May Have Found an Alternative to Layoffs

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