Is it better to deliver bad news through email or in a face-to-face meeting?

September 2014
Legal Alert for Supervisors;9/5/2014, Vol. 10 Issue 224, p3
The article offers tips for company supervisors on how to deliver bad news properly to its employees either through an electronic mail (e-mail) or face-to-face meeting.


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