“Creating a Positive Workplace And Good Attitudes Are Contagious.”
Good Morning Folks,
A positive workplace reduces costs, increases productivity and retains your most valued employees.
You can start building a positive work environment with these ideas:
Equip each staff member with thank-you notes to offer to co-workers who have done something special. Create a monthly program that recognizes workers’ accomplishments.
Create an efficient system for employees to share feedback with management. Respond to each comment. Even if you can’t act on it, thank the worker for the input. Consider whether the idea can be altered to improve the workplace.
Don’t allow rude remarks or bullying. In addition to violating basic human decency, intolerance affects the bottom line. Research shows that rude behavior reduces productivity. Instead, encourage direct but professional conversations. Educate those who unintentionally make an offensive remark.
Final thought: If you still think that the negativity in your workplace is too big a task to take on, consider this: Almost half of employees say they plan to leave their organizations when the economy improves.
Their drive to find new jobs is propelled by negative workplaces that foster lack of trust and unfair treatment, according to the “Deloitte Ethics and Workplace Survey.”
Thanks to the Work Place Training Center and to you for sharing this moment with us.
Have a GREAT Day,