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Are You Setting Clear Expectations for Your Employees?

Many employers are so focused on recruiting star performers and managing different age groups that they overlook a crucial factor of building a strong team: setting clear expectations. Employees need distinct objectives and performance goals to refine their expertise, and managers that monitor progress may discover an abundance of talent within their teams. If your workers are struggling with performance or motivation, ask yourself whether your management team is providing a blueprint for success.
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