Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Monday, June 23, 2014
|Image Copyright: Andres Rodriguez at 123RF|
Conscious work environments start with the top executives and management of an organization. Many organizations continue to use outdated management and human resources strategies based upon what they have learned and carried down, unrevised, over many years and, in some cases, even decades.
Executives and upper management’s perceptions of employees, in general, and their view of the way in which they fit into the organization determines the quality of the work environment and whether it is a healthy one or a toxic one, which has an effect on the level of efficiency, productivity, and costs of the organization.
Please Update Your Bookmarks!