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When Do Your Policies Cross The Line
Posted by Insightlink on 07/23/15
And When is it Time to Re-Think Your Employee Handbook
Without trust you have nothing.
I don’t think that comes as a surprise to anyone. At work, trust is communicated in many ways but office policies are often the first line. When a new hire starts, company policies are the new rules, the guidelines for how everyone is supposed to behave at work. These are the rules managers are expected to enforce and make sure everyone is toeing the line.
So look within before you go outside in search of answers to your problems. You may be able to regain trust, improve turnover and even increase productivity just by changing your policies. They could be causing more harm than good, which makes it a worthwhile investment of your time to ensure they are not the source of your problems.
Here is to happier employees!
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