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    There has been recent emphasis on 'employee involvement.' I can see the benefit of gaining employee trust and increasing employee engagement with involvement, but most managers avoid this due to decreases in efficiency and ability to make timely decisions.

    What are your thoughts on employee involvement? In what types of situations should they be involved? It's obviously unreasonable, and sometimes inappropriate, for them to be involved in all decision making. Where should managers draw the line?

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    Managers should draw the line where HR is involved. This means that when it comes to handling issues between employees or hiring employees, it may be better to have this done by someone ...

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    There has been recent emphasis on 'employee involvement.' I can see the benefit of gaining employee trust and increasing employee engagement with involvement, but most managers avoid this due to decreases in efficiency and ability to make timely decisions. The solution discusses employee involvement benefits and limitations.

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