Why bosses shouldn't interfere with employees' work flow

07/22/2013 | Entrepreneur online

Surprising employees with questions they haven't had time to prepare for, micromanaging the work flow and interrupting workers continuously are some of the ways that managers hurt productivity and increase worker stress, Jason Womack writes. "Regularly interrupting employees' [work flow] sends the message that you don't value or respect their ability to focus and get things done," Womack writes.

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