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FEATURE ARTICLE: The 10 Commandments of Good Supervision

A recent study by faculty members at the University of Florida found that more than 50% of employees don't trust their supervisors, see them as poor role models, and are not willing to share confidential information with their managers.

Poor supervision has become an epidemic problem that leads to unhappy employees, low productivity and high turnover.

Click here for ten ground rules to rebuild trust, nurture employee relationships, and make your team more successful.


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Hi Reader,

Poor supervision is often one of the biggest causes of high turnover. In this economy, you need to hold on to your best people. So we thought you would appreciate this Key Ideas article that offers 10 best practices for employee supervision.

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Regards,

Carolyn L. Gala, CPC
CEO
Key Resource Group, LLC


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