The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
Due to the fact that modern employees are not as loyal to their jobs as in the years before, managers have a hard time keeping their star players.
A high employee turnover can devastate a company, forcing remaining employees to pick up the slack, and causing a loss in sales while a replacement is sought.
Have you ever heard the phrase, “it’s all about who you know?”
Although nepotism is not the only thing that can get you a job, the way you interact with others and your ability to build relationships can significantly affect your career.
Imagine coming to work one day to find that you have been transitioned to work in an entirely new team, have to learn a completely different system to work on or answer to a new boss.
This would be incredibly nerve wracking and would likely prevent you from fully accepting the changes and trying your best to get used to them.
New managers typically understand that there is a lot they need to learn on the job.
While they can be experts in their given fields, the art of leading other people is not innate to many, and new skills are essential to take on to be an effective manager.
If you know your company can benefit from employees that are loyal, responsible and hardworking, you are probably seeking ways to make that happen.
While your hiring decisions do affect the type of candidates that come onboard, your role as a leader doesn’t end after the onboarding process.
What is the one thing a manager can do at the workplace to promote the best experience for all of the employees?
The answer may surprise you.