When trying to find material about making the corporate culture and environment better, there is a lot of confusing information.
Two terms that seem to be used interchangeably are employee satisfaction and employee engagement.
There is an old and somewhat cynical saying which goes like this; “Some companies pay staff just enough money to stop them leaving and the staff do just enough work to stop themselves getting fired!”
Some managers undertake what is known as transactional management. This is where the manager believes that everybody should just do what they are told because they are paid to do a job. This type of manager believes that it is not up to them to motivate employees and it’s the employee’s fault if things go wrong. Learn More