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Victorian Fiction and Finance

  • Joshua Gooch
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Abstract

优秀的老板知道公司或客户需求和他/她的员工需求之间一定存有一个平衡度。优秀的老板都喜欢倾听员工的心声和同他们交流可能存在的一些问题,因为他们知道员工快乐工作效率才会更高。
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  • Joshua Gooch
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  1. 1.D’Youville CollegeBuffaloUSA

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