They seemed ready for the next step (Web Sight)

By Joe Nunes
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 02/23/2002

It’s often been said that good managers are one of the most important factors in an employee’s decision to stay or leave an employer. Because of that, companies can’t afford to have bad managers and yet many continue to find themselves coping with the problem of great employees becoming terrible managers.

This issue’s Web Sight offers some readings so that, hopefully, the problem can be avoided in your organization.

Power gap