Don't exclude employees from your problem-solving process

As a business owner, it's important to reach out to your employees when their behavior is causing a problem at your company, Chris Griffiths writes. "The first step is to approach concerns with the employee in a non-confrontational way that includes as many questions as it does statements." You must be able to explain how the company is being affected by the issue, he explains.

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