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One Excuse You Should Never Give Your Employees Business owners should always avoid making excuses, but business coach Lindsay Broder says this one can really annoy your staff.

By Jason Fell

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Excuses. No one wants to hear them. But, as much as they should be avoided, excuses are sometimes inevitable.

There's at least one excuse, though, that should be skirted at all costs. In this video, professional coach and Entrepreneur.com contributor Lindsay Broder talks about a big no-no to steer clear of when it comes to employees, bonuses and frivolous spending around the office.

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Jason Fell

VP, Native Content

Jason Fell is the VP of Native Content, managing the Entrepreneur Partner Studio, which creates dynamic and compelling content for our partners. He previously served as Entrepreneur.com's managing editor and as the technology editor prior to that.

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