The Hidden Leverage of Human Capital - A down economy is not the time to "slash-and-burn," but rather to ensure growth potential during the ensuing rebound. This requires a focus on strengthening key relationships, capitalizing on underutilized staff, clarifying strategic roles and forging stronger links between compensation and results.
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