8 Truths every Employer should know about his employeeIdeated byPrason Christopher Robin
Ideated by ChronicwriterA cow can produce good quantity of milk only when it is fed properly. Similarly unless and until you pay your employees well, don’t expect good results from them. First pay and then expect results. Don’t say “Give results and then I will pay you”
Ideated by ChronicwriterIf you feed peanuts and expect your employee to behave like a Lion; remember that if they are paid peanuts they will only behave like monkeys. Lions should be left alone and they will hunt.
If your Ideated by Chronicwriter employee loves the job, he willproduce good results. If he isdisinterestedwith work or if he shows up late, sit with him and talk with him.He might be in the wrongplace just for
Ideated by ChronicwriterRemember! You have a family and so does he. Allow him to spend timewith his family too. He works for his family and not for you. When he is sick, his family takes care of him and not you.
Ideated by Chronicwriter Put the right man in the right job.Don’t expect a bull to give you milk.
Ideated by Chronicwriter Be Friendly with him.Command Respect; Never demand it.
Ideated by ChronicwriterBe a team player. Work along with them. Never treat them like slaves.
Ideated by ChronicwriterPay their salaries on TIME.It is their salary; not yours.
Ideated by Chronicwriter A Presentation ByPrason Christopher Robin Mail him firstname.lastname@example.org