Here's a problem anyone would like to have

03/30/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Cabinet maker Paul Downs writes that with a spare $20,000, he pondered whether he should invest in a new sander or give cash bonuses to employees who had stuck with him despite a recession-induced pay cut. Readers of his blog post were unanimous: Buy the sander that would boost productivity and enhance profits. As for rewarding employees, Downs writes that he is working on an incentive program that will tie bonuses to specific productivity improvements, rather than his own occasional whims.

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