How to be a good boss in a bad economy

When cutbacks are necessary, can a good boss do right by the company’s finances and by its staff? Some pain is probably unavoidable, but Stanford management science and engineering Professor Bob Sutton says that psychological and organization theory research suggests clear ways to handle such situations with a minimum of harm to the people and company involved.

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