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Part I: Introduction > Defining the Partnership and How it can Work Better

Chapter 3. Defining the Partnership and How it can Work Better

A satisfying relationship between a manager and employees may be compared to a successful partnership. People enter a partnership because they perceive that by combining their efforts and resources they can achieve their goals better than if they work solo. The manager and employee may have written documents such as a contract, job description, policies and procedures that specify their contributions—what each gives—and compensation—what each gets. However, a great part of working relationships is based on historical practices and unwritten assumptions. To improve the working partnership, vague assumptions must be converted into specific agreements. Typical examples of the contribution/compensation partnership follow.

CONTRIBUTION/COMPENSATION PARTNERSHIP


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