What to do when your employees are your family

04/8/2013 | BusinessNewsDaily.com

Working with family members can be tough, which is why you need to set ground rules for the office, according to Rubi Ho, vice president of Sherpa Coaching. Don't assume family should have all the leadership spots. Evaluate your employees based on merit, hold people accountable for their performance and bring in an outside consultant or leadership coach if necessary.

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