If your firm has downsized recently, you’re now managing a bunch of survivors—the lucky ones who didn’t get laid off. But good fortune doesn’t make for good performance—at least not in this situation. Chances are, you’re presiding over a heightened level of employee dysfunction, even if you don’t see it yet. Here are areas to address to limit the damage.
Content: Article | Authors: Anthony J. Nyberg, Charlie O. Trevor | Source: Harvard Business Review | Subject: Human Resources