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If you model workaholic behavior, you may push people too hard. And the last thing you need in this labor market is high turnover. Rather than rationalize your long hours—and insist that others keep pace—negotiate each employee’s performance goals. Give high achievers stretch goals, but set boundaries so that they don’t burn out.
Itâs critical to establish and enforce realistic (and legal) limitations on employeesâ use of their own computers, tablets, smartphones, email, social media accounts and other forms of technology â whether theyâre used in the workplace, on the road or at home....Click here to find out more.