Think of change as a continuum. On the continuum, plot where you are right now to where you want to be. Think: What changes will you make to bridge the gap? Think: What is your plan of attack? Answer the questions below under Career Moves and Personal Development; then craft a plan for each to get you closer to your desired state.
Discussion We found some resource from the website called Glassdoor. In the website, we could get some response about the job and the company. Most of the employees’ feedback was talking about the problem of the management. Suggestion 1. According to a former employee, the leader of the company never knew why the employees were leaving.
If a company lays off a lot of employees or doesn't communicate with employees about layoffs, employees may feel frightened of losing their jobs -- which would mean no longer being able to meet their basic needs -- and be unmotivated to work. In Balintimes’ case, the engagement strategy raised by CEO Wang Guosheng, provided potential pressure and “being laid-off” risk for all staff, thus the staff wouldn’t feel secure any more. Yang Hua, brand manager in group branding creative center, said he could lose his job if the sales goal couldn’t be achieved. “My boss said everyone in our group has a sales goal and there are several ways to achieve it—search for proper sponsorships for our Out-of-Home competition, manage previous partner relationship and solicit potential clients and you will be fired if you cannot create visible monetary value for your department.” What has been ignored by his boss is that bosses can't fully engage their employees if the employees’ needs aren't being satisfied. For example, during a companywide layoff, engagement levels will be low.
Bad communication is often the root cause of many problems. Most conflict in organizations are the result of misunderstood communication. Effective communication plays a major role in dealing with employer employee relation. When you become an effective communicator, you can resolve conflict and communication gaps among coworkers and employees for example, conflicts arise when the employer and management discussed little with the staff, preferring to make decisions themselves without approaching employees and later give instructions, employees might feel frustrated for not being part of decision making, thus resulting in poor performance. Similarly, if a manager verbally says he is interested in the employee’s opinions but never creates a way for them to express their thoughts, this leads to confusion and frustration.
The workplace is the employee stock source, while the attention is more focused on bureaucratic aspects than on clinical parameters. The worker is in a constant state of tension which, if not be able to manage it properly, may lead to frustration and resignation. ‘Defense trailing’ phase: This is the stage where it made changes in attitude and behavior of the worker, who gradually disinvestment emotional work and expresses cynicism and apathy for others. These changes help reduce the physical and psychological consequences that occur, hoping to enable the worker to survive professionally. (Cherniss, 1980, as cited in Theophilus, 2009) 5) The Model of Pines
According to Adenle (2011), bad management is one of the major reasons why individuals resist change at the workplace. Change resistance are created whenever management refuse to communicate what, when, how, why, and who. Sometimes it is how, when, and why management does it that creates resistance to change. In most workplaces, many employees do what they are accustomed to because they feel more comfortable and secure with their previous routines. If doing what they are accustom of doing from the past worked best for them, then they may more than likely resist change.
One of the employees nod his or her head and the boss seen it. What the boss would interpret was he or she is not agreed with the command of his boss. As a result, they will have a battle together. Like in a speech for example, the eye of the listener is not on the person who is having his or her speech, then the tendency is, the speaker would lose focus with his or her speech. The relationships at work are also important to determine.
I will first see the situation and will check why the employee wants to leave the organization .Once I come to know about it.I will find the main reason and counter offer him. Because to leave any organization there will be many reasons for eg : Dissatisfy, got better opportunity, Salary ,work environment and so on. So it’s the HR who need to take care of it and to retain the employee by giving counter offer or Offer a competitive benefits package that fits your employees’ needs and so on . Job Satisfaction : Job Satisfaction can be influenced by a person's ability to complete required tasks, the level of communication in an organization, and the way management treats employees. It isn't always easy to measure job satisfaction as the definition of satisfaction can be different for different people.
The company believes that employees should wear formals only, and be well groomed on every working day of the week. Failure to do so results in the employee getting blacklisted, and then sending a copy of the mail to the employee and to his superiors. An employee is liable to get thrown out if he even wears clothes which deviate from the requirement. This policy might be fine considering the decorum and the fact that the employee should look his best while meeting the customer. However, it can be very demoralizing for an employee who is working for the first