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Human Resources: Prove to Your Employees That You Value Them

Posted by | Wednesday, February 08, 2017
Human Resources: Prove to Your Employees That You Value Them

You, as a manager, concern yourself with the needs of your company. You are the leader who makes critical decisions that either profit the business or cause it to fail. Your employees are your team, and you need their respect. They are the ones who decide if you are a good boss. Show them you value them by implementing these five strategies.

Provide a comprehensive training program to new staff members. Show your employees you understand their needs from the beginning. A thorough training initiative addresses every aspect of the worker's job, gives lots of hands-on practice and provides mentoring from a seasoned employee.
Offer opportunities to your workers to help them succeed. For instance, give them training in new techniques, help them acquire new skills by working in different areas of the enterprise and promote them when they deserve it.
Support your employees' education efforts. Offer to pay part of their tuition when they go back to school. Be as flexible as possible with their schedules to allow for class and study time.
Listen to your employees and respond with action. Encourage your employees to share concerns so you can work as a team to find solutions. Respond promptly and make needed changes to better the workplace for everyone.
Empower your employees to show you value them. Allow them to make important decisions, praise their efforts, work together to resolve problems. Get them the freedom and time to develop and implement their ideas.

When you have employees in your corner and you show them their value, your business wins.

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