Have you already started planning for 2016 yet? That's the question Michael Stone asks over at Mark Up and Profit, and there's a good reason for it. Some of the big picture ideas and sales goals are key to your success, and should be shared with your employees. These will help them perform their best and help you achieve your goals. But Stone argues that there are some things you should be planning out that shouldn't be shared:
Salary of the owner and their spouse
Wages and/or salaries of other employees
Financial details on bank accounts, credit card accounts, loans, vehicle purchases, etc.
Stone argues that these things are private, and should only be known by the owner, bookkeeper, and the person involved. There's more on his list, so head on over to Mark Up and Profit to read the full list and see what you should be sharing with your employees.