JD Power and Associates does an incredible job at rewarding companies for their exception external customer service.
But, who rewards companies for exceptional "Internal customers - employees?"
I would like to start a business that recognizes the companies that are known to treat their employees with respect and dignity.
Those are the companies that I would like to trade with....thoughts?
The definition of "health" is possessing good health
and in business a good healthy business is the good overall condition of that business at any given time.
Spark started the discussion with "a business that recognizes the companies that are known to treat their employees with respect and dignity".
There have been and are many books written about H R and management practices.
So what direction should this post go??
I would like to add something to the discussion, I have a degree in Organizational Leadership of which I basically am a HR specialist. Yet, although HR is meant to represent the employee, the department is truly one who works for the corporation. So, there is bias...would you not agree.
Where I hope this discussion goes forward with is a proactive idea as actually starting through social media a promotion of those companies, voted by their internal work force or at least a high majority (no one is ever happy), but, we might start to set a presence of recognizing great companies with great employees through the Bank of America Small Business Community
Healthy means HR should be Strong in every fieldeither it is communication,behaviour,Extra activities,Company's policies.because lack of these things working environment will not make good.
So for the better productivity of business ,these points are necessary.
In my opinion and in my experience, there is a rise in workplace violence and bullying.
I believe alot of it can be contributed to the economy yes, but, I also believe that at times management is placed into leadership positions that they are not qualified for or willing to learn how to manage people. And, for workers, there are challenges with disruptive, lazy or rebellious at times.
This is not the discussion I wanted to present. I want to start a discussion which will hopefully lead into HR management practices of what are the character traits and training needed for a;
- Healthy Worker
- Healthy Manager
And how can the word "Healthy" be defined in the workplace?