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Many employees tell us that their managers are inaccessible. With bosses “in the field” or always “in meetings,” it’s hard for staffers to communicate late-breaking developments during the workday. To maintain your accessibility when you’re away, designate employees who will serve as key contacts. Promise to check in with these individuals at certain times; they can relay questions or problems to you from other workers.