4 PILLARS TO MAINTAIN A GOOD RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR EMPLOYEES

Enjoying good relationships between managers and employees is crucial in any company. When this happens, the commitment of the employees, their productivity, motivation and morals are at their highest levels. And this is what any company wants for its proper functioning.

An employee who does not feel anxious every morning at the time of going to work, caused by a bad relationship with his boss, is an employee who enjoys a better experience at work (and is more productive).

Happy employees work harder, produce a better job and maintain a better relationship with customers.

We have given you more than enough reasons to build a good relationship between bosses and employees, right? But what are the pillars for this to happen?

Take note of these simple ways to foster positive relationships with employees:

  1. Communication. Basic in any relationship, also in the workplace. Employees spend many hours at their place of work and that is why it is very important that they feel comfortable with their bosses. For this to happen, keep an open communication with your employees, let them know that you are there to speak when they need it and what they need. Also, be transparent about what you expect and need from them. Open communication is essential for building a healthy and positive relationship.
  2. Recognition. A few words of appreciation and recognition of a job well done go beyond what you can think. Gratitude means a lot to the employees and reinforcing a job well done encourages them to continue like this. Public recognition is also highly valued by workers.

Another way to reward your effort is through rewards and financial incentives such as checks or gift chests .

  1. Feedback. Employees need to get feedback on what they are doing. Knowing what they are doing well or what they should improve is essential to nurture a positive relationship between boss and employee.

4. Development Show your employees that you care beyond a tab number. Invest in them. Encourage training and personal and professional development programs that interest them. Make them see that you value them as the people they are and not as a worker who invests 8 hours of your day in your company. The social benefits and training opportunities are great tools to keep your workers happy and committed.