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How does treating all employees equally benefit a company?

Author : Randolph

Submitted : 2018-02-25 02:16:42    Popularity:     

Tags: employees  treating  equally  company  benefit  

"The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal."- Aristotle An employer must reward higher performing employees and admonish or fire poo

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"The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal."- Aristotle
An employer must reward higher performing employees and admonish or fire poor performance.
Reliability in arrival times and dates required to be at the office and at meetings counts.
Employees that respect management, work well inn teams, need little supervision all are excellent characteristics.

The word is not "equally". It is "fairly" and that is not the same thing. Protected discrimination law must also be considered.
Treating all employees equally will have better employees quitting and a failing business.
Treating all employees fairly with a structure and review system allowing for executive reviews of issues and an independent human resources in a large enough firm helps fair treatment.

it cuts down on bickering

It doesn’t. Not all employees are equal. Attempting to use a “one-size-fits-all“ approach shows a complete lack of interest by the employer in developing a healthy relationship with the employee.

It doesn't. People are not robots, and therefore perform differently. They react to criticism differently, they have different abilities, they have different ambitions, they have different motivations. Treating everyone the same yields the lowest of those qualities as there is no incentive to do better than minimum. If you don't believe me, look at government and union jobs, where everyone is treated the same and many people do the minimum to get by. People with ambition and abilities go where the differences are recognized.

Not all employees are treated equally. Some are paid more, some have more responsibilities, and there certaily can be differences between part-time and full-time employees. Those with longer tenures get more vacation time. Now when it comes to implementing HR and work policies, the all should be treated equally - that is if two (or more) people break a rule, they should all be treated equally for a similar infraction. Men and women should be treated equally. And everybody should be treated with respect and fairness. All those things makes for a stable work environment and that helps with worker happiness and productivity - that is where the company benefits from treating all employees well.

Treating all employees equally could prevent frustration from other employees that on the "losing hand". However - that really depends on what aspect of the work. Obviously, CMO won't be treated the same way as a simple secretary on some aspects - on other aspects they should be treated equally.

Happy workers are productive workers.
Unequal workers are unhappy workers.



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