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Daily Archives: June 1, 2018

provide supervisory training when you promote employees to managerial positions

Q. When we promoted “Jack” as department lead, we thought we’d made the right choice. He knew every job in the department, was hard-working and completely committed to our company. Soon after we made him the lead, two other employees quit. We figured they were jealous. Since then, seven other employees have left. The last three employees who quit told the same story. They call Jack a jerk, say he’s “on them”… Read More