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Managing a company with 35 - 57 employees requires a business owner who knows the value of hiring professional managers, who isn't afraid to admit what they don't know, and who recognizes that their ability to grow ensures that their company grows. In Laurie Taylor's fourth book in her series of the 7 Stages of Growth, she identifies the top five challenges a company with 35 - 57 employees needs to be aware of and how to find solutions for those challenges.

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