Do you sometimes feel as though you have spent your whole day taking care of employee problems? Are you doing everyone else’s work and not getting your own done? If so, your management may be out of control. It doesn’t have to be though, if you learn the art of problem management.
As a manager, more often than not, you … Continue reading
Posted on October 19, 2015 by Jan Kantor
in General Interest
, Human Resources
, Reducing Turnover
with Comments Off on Each worker must determine own ethics
Suppose a chronically late co-worker asks you to keep their tardiness a secret. Should you? What if a customer asks for a special discount that they did not qualify for? Do you give it to them? Imagine your boss encourages you to “fudge” on a company expense report. Can you?
These scenarios represent ethical dilemmas that employees face frequently in … Continue reading