Hire your spouse? How to avoid disaster

08/23/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

About 3.7 million businesses are run by couples, and working closely with a loved one can be testing for any boss, writes Dan McCarthy. It's important to have clear expectations and boundaries, and to be willing to abandon the experiment if it begins to take a toll on your relationship. "It's better to sit down and agree to dissolve the business relationship before it gets to the point where the marriage is in trouble," McCarthy writes.

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