By Jean- Pierre Brun
Why is it that progressively more humans like their paintings, yet can now not help the stipulations lower than which they need to perform it? what's impeding the advance of occupational overall healthiness and organizational effectiveness? The authors percentage their knowlegde of the lacking items that are combating those advancements to the place of work.
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You will thus help people better understand and better recognize each other. 9. Insist that employees give their managers recognition Recognition is automatically seen as being a TOPDOWN responsibility. Managers should recognize their employees. Although this is an important part of recognition, it is not the only one. Recognition is above all a human responsibility that is unrelated to job title. It should also be BOTTOM-UP. This principle should be clearly stated and discussed with your employees.
There are limits to the idea that the customer is king! These two examples show just how important it is to affirm and maintain constant support for junior management. The support should be concrete, not theoretical, and it must be part of your company’s strategy. ” 4. Support from the organization A company is entitled to require a certain performance level from its employees, but it also has a duty to offer them its support. By fixing problems, eliminating risks, changing the work organization or offering flexible schedules, it proves its support and thereby improves employee well-being and efficiency.
A team leader asks an employee to come along to see a customer because that employee has special expertise. A technician consults a worker to get a better idea of the sequence of production operations. An employee shows a young trainee how to perform a complex task. These are all examples of recognition. It is through this background of words and acts that we also acknowledge achievement. So be upfront and show your managers and employees how recognition may take different forms and is unthinkingly used by everyone.
Missing Pieces: 7 Ways to Improve Employee Well-Being and Organizational Effectiveness by Jean- Pierre Brun