Ten Things Your Employees Wish You Knew About Them

Let me preface my “take” on this blog post by stating that the sentiments in this in this article do not reflect my sentiments – honestly. I am lucky in that my boss is not only fair but committed keeping her employees happy almost to a fault! I’ve been with my current company for six years, and before that I was a client. Others have been working with this agency for nearly a decade! That in itself speaks volumes about our leadership!

This post caught my attention because over the last 6-8 months, I’ve heard either a friend or family member mention (gripe, complain, etc..) all of these (with maybe the exception of “Your girls don’t like being called girls”).

As this author wrote “I’m sure there is a lot more your employees wish you knew about them. Perhaps they’ll be brave enough to add their comments to this list.”

Amplify’d from www.fastcompany.com
If you think it’s tough being a manager these days, try being an employee. Most are in the position of having to go with the flow because of the current economic conditions. But that doesn’t necessarily mean they do so with a smile on their face. Here are ten things your employees wish you knew about them:

See more at www.fastcompany.com

 

About Claire

I am a WAHM of Irish Twins, Liam 3 and Maeve 2. I've been a PR exec for 15 yrs - and absolutely love what I do. Beyond work and family I am a total foodie who enjoys entertaining and spending time with friends and family - when' I'm not drooling over fashion and catching up on celebrity 'news'.
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