Ethics in the workplace is important to employees. It builds trust and engagement. Here are some tips to create an ethical culture and hold employees ethically accountable.
Business and Customers
These posts focus on overall business and business customers as part of leadership and management.
The answer can often elude us. How we deal with that speaks volumes. Communication is important in setting expectations. And technology can be the solution when the memory cannot deliver.
Not every new company policy will be a hit with employees. But you can turn that around. Communication and setting expectations are primary keys to success.
Cultural fit can be a confusing term. It doesn’t negate diversity. And it’s not a function of how well liked someone is. Finally, can you determine cultural fit in an interview?
Workflows need to be easy to follow. That helps with productivity and employee engagement. Kronos shows us that, over time, we can create illogical and ineffective workflows.
Employees can be good at testing the limits of systems. After all, they use them daily. Businesses should keep that in mind when developing and testing system limits.
Today, we need data to successfully move the organization forward. But having data isn’t enough. Kronos shows us that data has to be easily consumed to be effective.