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Halo Effect The Myth of Employee Satisfaction

July 26, 2007
Related Topics: The HR Profession, Corporate Culture, Retention, Featured Article
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Too often, observers and executives make assumptions about business performance that are not based in fact. For example, if a company is doing well financially, the assumption is that its leader is a brilliant and gifted individual, the corporate culture is amazing, and the people are the best. That, according to author Phil Rosenzweig, is the halo effect.
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