How Do You Deal With These 3 Immutable Employee Laws?
by petrosianii, Window Shopper
- Created: September 4, 2010, 4:10 pm
I've had a light bulb experience this evening. I see in the crystal ball of my intuition, so clearly, 3 immutable employee laws:
1. Employees don't follow directions
2. Employees don't submit to authority
3. Employees don't like being evaluated
Now, these are generalities. Before you react in visceral indignation with 'that's not true of all employees' let me disarm that argument up front and say, 'Yes, I know and I agree.' But they seem to be true of a lot of them I've hired (and maybe some you've hired, too)
So my question is: How do you deal with these 3 laws, operationally? What sort of processes, procedures, policies do you have in place to act as a counterbalance for these three weighty elements?
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