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Your employees tell you how their latest projects are going. You nod and accept their reports at face value. Risky move.
Instead, ask for the names of one or two helpers. Now you’ll know where to go if you want to dig deeper. Even if you don’t contact these workers, your employee will be on notice that you’re monitoring the situation with interest.
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