…individual managers think that if they hired more people and produced more stuff they would be unable to sell it at a good enough price to increase their profits.
This may surprise you, because it is not so much what the experts say the individual manager think, it’s that the managers need to hire more people to create a better quality of life, while keeping the consumer happy, by the manager’s ability to maintain the production/cost of its employees.
The surprise is that anyone thinks this is going to be easy.
Managers are going to have to find the same heart that their minds were able to take advantage of, in the workspace of their employees.
via Why Is Anybody Surprised That the Job Shortage Continues for so Long? In Which I Troll Noah Smith for a Lazy Monday Morning…: Featured for September 8, 2014 – Washington Center for Equitable Growth.