Happy employees are motivated – motivated employees can move mountains. And exactly this happiness starts with the executives. But what actually makes them smart employers?
What do Mr. Burns from “The Simpsons”, Miranda Priestly from “The Devil Wears Prada” and Michael Scott from “The Office” have in common? Exactly, they are all considered incompetent, even terrible employers. In fact, a bad manager can have serious consequences for the performance of employees: from an increased error rate, decreased productivity and conflicts, to high sickness rates and even staff turnover.
On the other hand, a smart employer creates a working atmosphere that motivates everyone to go the extra mile. Employee satisfaction is the top priority here. And this is exactly what employers can support directly. The following criteria are particularly important: