What managers should never say to employees

| July 3, 2019

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If you know an employee is struggling or having difficulty outside the office, show empathy. Ask if there’s anything you can do to alleviate pressure or lighten his or her load. Whatever you do, don’t pile on with accusatory language or insensitive pleas to “leave it at the door.”

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