Video descriptionGill Corkindale, executive coach. While nepotism is accepted in some countries, it poses dangers. These include damaged morale when employees hired by family underperform on the job or receive special treatment.
Table of contents
- The Dangers of Nepotism 00:09:05
- Title: The Dangers of Nepotism
- Release date: July 2008
- Publisher(s): Harvard Business Review
- ISBN: None
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