Trust is an important aspect of the employee-employer relationship. They need to have confidence in your leadership skills and the direction in which you’re taking the company. You need to have confidence that they’re working to the best of their ability and always have the company’s best interests at heart. Sadly, not every person always makes for a model employee. Whether meaning to or not, sometimes staff can end up hurting your business more than they help. Below, we take a look at a few employee issues you should be looking out for – and what you can do about them.

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Productivity

 

One of the biggest ways an employee can hurt your business is by working unproductively. People often don’t mean to lack productivity: they just do. It’s usually a result of lack of work engagement, career stagnation, or just because they know they can get away with. If you’re noticing that some of your long-term employees are letting their standards slip, take action. Try to make them happier at work (happiness=more productive), and keep their working day varied.

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Productivity