Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.
What Does Respect Do?
Respect in the workplace shared amongst the workplace and even with management, will allow a healthy network of relations in the workplace. When the workforce is united and they respect each other, they create an impression to management that you respect their power and authority, and often customers are impressed by a company that is organized and shares certain levels of respect.
The working environment is often pleasant to be in and very friendly when people respect each other and the capacities of their jobs. Think about it, if every employee became selfish, organizational goals would take time to achieve, tasks would take longer to be completed and constant arguments in the workplace all would make working in the organization very difficult. Therefore, in order for an organization to operate in a proficient manner there is need for certain levels of respect amongst workers.
Respect is mutual and is rarely successful going in one way. In order for management to respect you, your talent, your efforts and you as a person, you need to be in a position to respect them too. The fact about the corporate life is that your boss has more power than you do and if he wanted to, he could make your life miserable within days. Sharing respect doesn’t only save your job it builds a foundation for a great reference for your next job.
Professional Andy Core says that respect is very important and it is the key to a productive working environment.
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