Staying Engaged and Motivated
Poor work is usually a sign of disconnection; an employee may feel disengaged from the team but may still be able to their job due to personal work ethic. Or the job itself may be too easy and they may feel they are not being challenged.
When a person is achieving their goals, it does not necessarily mean they are happy at work.
Staff Attitudes and Hierarchy/Bureaucracy
Bureaucracies are often impersonal employers, which some workers may find invasive.
For instance, if a long-time employee has a family situation that may require remote working. Having that request rejected by a manager be be a result of citing policy that forbids exceptions and as a result, the employee will feel slighted. After her many years of loyal service, the company’s lack of consideration seems like a slap in the face. In contrast, if the manager bent the rules slightly to accommodate her important needs, the employee would feel supported and grateful.
Countering Negativity – Morale
Low morale can quickly affect the team. Signs of low morale often include missed deadlines, an increase in mistakes or a decline in service levels.
If teams feel burdened by the amount of work they must do, taking responsibility to provide the support they need will help to create and reinforce a positive work environment.
Investing in people leads to enhanced productivity.
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