Changing Patterns of the Work and Employment and the Key Underlying Reasons for These Changes
An administrator must not listen to the gossip and rumors that are flying around and must also make sure that the employees are kept happy so that they will not have any reason to make those rumors true. Employees must be comfortable within the workplace in order to perform to their greatest ability and it is the administrator’s job to make sure that these needs are met.Management must be very responsible for the actions of its employees, but this responsibility can come in a number of different ways. Firstly, making the working environment one in which the employee is comfortable and proud to be a part of is essential to keeping things in line. If this is done from the beginning, management will have fewer problems to deal with later on down the road and, therefore, keeping tabs on the employees becomes less of an issue. The less disciplinary issues that arise, the better the working environment, so creating an office where these issues never come up is ideal. This can be done by placing every employee in a position that he or she is suited for. This means that management must evaluate each employee and see if he or she is being utilized properly. An effective manager will know what role each employee belongs in because these employees will be happiest in a role that is suited for them. Management is greatly responsible for its employees’ behaviors and actions and, therefore, management must find the most effective ways to do so.The book First, Break All the Rules: What the Worlds Greatest Managers Do Differently, by Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman, is a new look at the business world and it gives new managerial techniques that have not been used in past generations. Perhaps most importantly, this book tells managers to focus on their employees’ strengths and attempt to get the most out of them, rather than placing them in situations where their weaknesses will be exploited.