Why J.C. Penney's color-coding system is a good idea

03/20/2013 | UpstartHR.com

J.C. Penney managers use a color-coding system to categorize workers based on their potential. "The tendency is to see this as a negative practice, but it's really a way for companies to determine where to spend their limited training and development budgets," Ben Eubanks writes.

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