We asked 1997 Inc. 500 conference attendees about their priorities and people management skills. The vast majority felt they treated employees fairly. So who's getting the short end of the stick? Seems as if it's the families of entrepreneurs. Forty-eight percent of the CEOs surveyed admitted to putting their companies ahead of their families.
|DO YOUR AGREE? (5=Strongly Agree, 1=Strongly Disagree)||5||4||3||2||1|
|I am fair to all my employees.||69%||27%||4%||0%||0%|
|My employees love me.||4%||33%||47%||14%||1%|
|I drive my employees crazy.||6%||15%||27%||31%||21%|
|I tend to put my company ahead of my family.||17%||31%||20%||16%||13%|
|I would cut short a meeting with my best customer to get home to celebrate my wedding anniversary.||22%||21%||0%||23%||15%|