Business school: how bosses earn respect
Posted by Delina Tewolde in MBA
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Work-life balance often seems to be the holy grail of good management. But I was intrigued to learn that Glassdoor, the jobs website, has found that highly-ranked chief executives tend to have lower ratings for their companies’ work-life balance: Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs is one classic example. My hypothesis is that staff prefer successful bosses, irrespective of the benefits they provide.
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June 30, 2017, Delina Tewolde