Productivity can decline due to low cooperation between multigenerational employees resulting in lower efficiency and completion objectives leading to disruption within the organization. This eventually hinder the success of organizational and employee goals and objectives. It is important that all generations work together in harmony to complete business
Caring is your devotion to seeing the working community, that you're a part of, thrive, as well as its individual members. It is a matter of acting in everyone's best interest and demonstrating your accountability to others (Cardon, 2013). Being empathetic to the concerns and well-being of the company and your colleagues forges strong interpersonal connections. Exhibiting selflessness to the betterment of all denotes the kind of mindset that employers and businesses want in their employees; it, too, is the sort of behavior one wants to see in their peers. Character is a representation of your good moral standing and reputation with those that work with you.
Employee loyalty Employee loyalty refers to the psychological attachment of employees to their employer. It is the extent to which employees identify themselves with the organization’s work ethics, objectives of the organization and contribute to the corporate performance. Employee loyalty is visible from the feelings, attitudes, positive behaviour and actions of employees. These loyal employees always prefer to choose the organizations interests and are willing to make personal sacrifices to a certain extent. 1.2 .Supervisor
EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION Employee recognition is the timely, informal or formal acknowledgement of a person’s or team’s behavior, effort or business result that supports the organization’s goals and values, and which has clearly been beyond normal expectations. Appreciation is a fundamental human need. Employees respond to appreciation expressed through recognition of their good work because it confirms their work is valued. When employees and their work are valued, their satisfaction and productivity rises, and they are motivated to maintain or improve their good work. Praise and recognition are essential to an outstanding workplace.
Professionalism also needs someone to be truthful, honesty and integrity. Your employer should be able to entrust you with duties assigned to you. Good relationship with our colleagues and being able to work as team player show professionalism. It is our duty as employees to show professionalism no matter where we
Four of my core values that I believe can inform a good leader are Respect, Honesty, Reliability, and Positivity. When a leader respects his workers/employees/team he or she shows them that they are valued and when they recognize that, respect becomes mutual which then leads to productive and engaged employees. In my opinion, is the second core value I believe can inform a good leader. Without honesty a leader can’t lead with integrity. When you are an honest leader you earn trust from those you are leading, and when you are trusted work can get done more efficiently and effectively.
Overall, the outcomes of the study suggest that conscientiousness acts as a two-edged sword that elevate performance and trigger the stress reaction of employees when they are faced with stressful situations. On the other hand, job demands with aspects such as physical, psychological, social, and organizational may become stressors when they require a high degree of efforts (Schaufeli & Bakker, 2004). The meta-analytic study of Michel et al. (2011) indicated that work social support and family social support are negatively related to WHC and HWC. Scholars have some disagreement on whether they should conceptualize workaholism as an addiction, some researchers go as far as calling workaholism a positive addiction.
Ethical Dilemmas in the Workplace Business ethics issues are evolving in our society. New ones emerge, and organizations must give guidance to employees regarding these issues. Ethical dilemmas begin where the law, and regulation separate. So, people use judgment to fill the void where regulation or law siege to exists. Moral mishaps will happen throughout our daily routine, in the office, community, and in our society.
The ways in which diversity can impact on work and work relationships: Cultural diversity can affect the workplace in numerous ways. Negative impacts can include miscommunication, creation of barriers, and dysfunctional adaptation behaviors. Positive impacts can include building a sound knowledge base fellow colleagues, which can make for smoother integration of the organization into foreign cultures. Many organizations have recognized that the workforce is changing and they are working to create a work environment in which diversity and difference are valued and in which employees can work to their fullest. They are dealing with the problems that arise when people in the workplace communicate.
Work-life balance is about creating and maintaining supportive and healthy work environments, which will enable employees to have balance between work and personal responsibilities and thus strengthen employee loyalty and productivity (Abercromby, 2007). The result of these synchronous changes in patterns of both working and household life is a complicated multi-variable balancing act as workers and their managers juggle these different parts of their lives, with an understandable concomitant level of stress and social tension (Clark, 2000). Some researchers show that organizational interest in the management of the work-life balance derives from evidence that there is little doubt any more that there is a clear connection between the way people are managed and organizational performance (Purcell, 2002) and that with the onset of predicted skill-shortages, the ability to offer effective work-life balance employment opportunities may become a source of competitive