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Other than your immediate family, the people that you interact with most frequently are your co-workers. If you are a supervisor, it is incumbent upon you to maintain positive and supportive relationship in the workplace.

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    Building a Positive

    Employer-Employee

    Relationship

    Special Report From: EasySmallBusinessHR.com

    Other than your immediate family, the people that you interact

    with most frequently are your co-workers. If you are a supervisor,

    it is your obligation as an employer to maintain positive and

    supportive relationships in the workplace.

    Some ways to continually build on your employer-employee

    relationship include:

    Keeping the lines of communication open and make your

    expectations clear. Provide feedback on how your

    employees are doing.

    Always be open to suggestions and employee feedback;

    regardless of whether the feedback is positive or negative.

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    Asking your employees for their opinion will make them

    feel involved and valued. As an added bonus, your

    employees feedback may help to revitalize your business by uncovering ideas that will increase efficiency,

    customer service, or save money.

    You'll also uncover issues that likely would never have

    been brought to your attention until the issue mushroomed

    into a bigger problem.

    Avoid favoritism. Be consistent with how you manage

    your employees.

    Lead by example. With few exceptions, the rules in place

    for your employees should apply to you; particularly

    when it comes to company or departmental policies.

    Avoid creating a double standard in the workplace.

    Be respectful to your employees. Supervisory status is

    not a license to treat your employees unfairly.

    Dont make decisions that either negatively or positively impacts your employees status at work solely on the basis of gender, age, race, or other arbitrary reasons. This

    is especially true when it comes to promoting or

    terminating an employee.

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    Dont tolerate mistakes on the job. Feedback and communication is key. Deal with issues in the workplace

    before those issues get out of hand.

    Acknowledge your strong performers. Share your

    concerns with poor performers in private and hold them

    accountable for improving their performance while

    providing support and guidance.

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