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Workplace Talk: How to Maintain a Good Employer-Employee Relationship

By Edited Jul 17, 2016 0 0

The employer-employee relationship is a crucial factor in any employment setting. This often dictates how employees behave and treat their job and their coworkers. And because employers often find it difficult to deal with or handle their employees, they transfer this task to the HR manager to free them from worries. But as the head of the company, they still have the responsibility to foster a good employer-employee relationship.

If you are an employer and you don't know how to maintain a good relationship with your workers, here are some things you should do:

  • Give credit to deserving employees. When your employees achieve something in their job, it is never wrong to commend them for a job well done. Just do not overdo it.
  • Have an employee representative help in deciding policies and changes within the company. Whenever you are planning something for the company, always ask a representative from a labor union.
  • Always think twice before saying something. Although you can do almost anything as the owner of the company, there are still things you need to think about before doing to avoid conflicts.
  • Be polite when addressing employees. Even if you are superior over your employees, they still have the right to be treated fairly and courteously at work.
  • Be considerate when it comes to an employee's personal issues and problems. Offering your condolences to a bereaved employee is a simple, but effective way to create a good employer-employee relationship.
  • Avoid favoring just one or a few employees. Favoritism is an issue that is always hated by employees. Treat everyone the way you treat everyone else.
  • Avoid being a boss. Just commanding and imposing rules at work won't gain you anything aside from hate and fear. Become a leader to them. Make them feel that you need them to advance the company.
  • Punish employees who committed violations. If an employee commits a violation, do not hesitate to impose sanctions. This way your employees will respect you and the company policies.

As you can see, there are a lot of things that you can do for your employees to respect and regard you as their leader, not just their boss. Being friends with your workers is also not a bad idea, as long as they are aware of their limitations when you are within company premises. Having a good employer-employee relationship is only the first step towards the success of your company. For more details regarding employment rights and laws, you can consult an Los Angeles employment lawyer.



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