Negative or simply careless HR practices and lack of management training foster fear and encourage a reputation that the company doesn't care about people. Even if the main priority is the bottom line (and let's face it, it is), leaders need to understand that environments and relationships where people feel respected, valued, and trusted is what actually drives the bottom line (into the red or green).
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Employee Committee Development and Management:
Company values are a set of behaviors the company believes in and expects team members to uphold. They are sometimes called a moral compass and are often included in a set of ethics.
If you are considering creating a set of values for your company, proceed with deliberate action because every member of management must be guided by these values in their attitudes and behaviors in the workplace – from interviewing to the termination.
This means that managers must be trained on how to hold people accountable via behavior management by monitoring and managing behaviors that violate your company values. To truly integrate the company values into your organization, you must plan wisely so your employees will become engaged and your supervisors will be less stressed.
Using Core Values to Impact Your Bottom Line