Build­ing and strength­en­ing re­la­tion­ship

Jamaica Gleaner - - ARTS & EDUCATION -

that void he is not get­ting from his em­ployer?

Em­ploy­ers of­ten his for­get that it is not the cus­tomer or client who drives the growth of the com­pany. It is their em­ploy­ees.

When the em­ployer’s fo­cus is solely on the client and on rev­enue, all those ac­com­plish­ments and ef­forts of the em­ployee (some­times go­ing above and be­yond) seem in vain and re­gret­table. The em­ployee even­tu­ally feels ne­glected and yearns for love, ap­pre­ci­a­tion, and ac­cep­tance out­side of the Or­gan­i­sa­tion.

This is hu­man na­ture. Whether by chance or whether in­ten­tional, when an op­por­tu­nity for a bet­ter life out­side of the re­la­tion­ship presents it­self, the em­ployee will – at least – en­ter­tain the thought.

If that per­son is swept off his feet by a ri­val that prom­ises or presents an op­por­tu­nity for a bet­ter life, slowly, a plot to es­cape is con­cocted.

The suc­cess of a com­pany de­pends on the loy­alty of its em­ploy­ees. When your em­ploy­ees per­form well, re­ward them. Not just with a pat on the back, but from time to time, with

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