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April 2010 | MY SETTINGS
Strategies for Success
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Should You Go Undercover? 5 Reasons Why You Should

On the new hit show "Undercover Boss", CEOs put on a disguise and go undercover in their own companies to discover what's really going on at the front lines in their organization. It's a great lesson for all leaders.

Now we're not saying you need to put on a fake nose and mustache, but spending some time "in the field" can be a very enlightening and worthwhile endeavor.

Click here for an article which explains the benefits of going undercover, and how it can help you to not just find problems, but also find those employees who are going above and beyond their duties.


Hi Kathy,

I hope you enjoy the tips in this month's issue of Strategies for Success.

If you do go undercover, we'd love to hear about your experience. Drop me an email at june@jhstaffing.com. And if your time in the field uncovers some overworked employees, Johnson & Hill can help. Our temporary help can alleviate stress on your team by helping to eliminate bottlenecks in your process.

Regards,

June Liberty
Johnson & Hill

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