Having a set of core values for your company and employees to follow can be very beneficial. When interviewing someone who wants a job at your company, put your core values on a board within that room. See how those interviewees react and shape their answers to fit your core values. It is important for managers to point out when their employees do a good job as it can boost their confidence and keep them motivated. Finally, if you find an employee doesn’t match your core values, have a conversation and if it goes awry it may be time to let them go.
- Place your core values in the room where you do interviews so you can see if a candidate can determine if they’re a cultural fit for your company or not.
- Point out the good that your employees do as a way to help boost their confidence and keep them motivated.
- If an employee doesn’t live up to your companies core values and you deem them to be a negative influence at work, figure out if you can get them back on board or if they need to be fired.
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