GOOD PEOPLE, GOOD BUSINESS Popularity or Performance: Which is More Important?
Have you ever supervised someone who is a very good person but does not perform worth a darn? This is a fairly common, and tricky, situation faced by managers.
Keeping an employee who does not perfor... Posted on 4/11/11 at 6:38 AM
The directors of North Dakota’s State Fair considered firing manager Bob Wagoner more than a year before they decided to do it this week.
Meeting minutes show the board discussed asking for Wagoner’s resignation in May 2008. The issue was later dropped and Wagoner got a 4.4 percent pay raise. Board member Neil Fleming of Cavalier said he saw improvements in marketing and staff relationships.
, December 19, 2009
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