Why BCCing your boss is a bad practice?

Looping in your boss on emails may seem harmless. You’re just keeping him updated on the matters of his subjects and it’s no big deal if the other recipients don’t know — right? Wrong.

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Research shows that you s can corrode trust of team members trust when they find out, that you have him in the BCC, because the senders intentions aren’t clear. To your colleagues, it may seem as though you are being sneaky. If you need the boss to know what’s happening, forward only relevant email with a note to them. These extra steps may take a little extra efforts but they’ll keep you away from damaging work relationships.

Rushabh Thakker | TheFineMen

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