With busy days and never ending to-do lists, it makes sense to be focused solely on your own productivity.
But when other employees are struggling with their workloads, it can end up negatively impacting you and the workplace.
Lending a hand
When it comes to reaching out to someone going through a hard time, there are ways to show you care without overstepping.
Here’s what Inc.com contributor Art Markman says you should do:
1. Address what you’ve observed. The first step is letting the employee know you’ve noticed they’ve been a little off their game lately. Maybe they seem more