What would you not like to know about yourself? I explain below the logic of a 360degree performance evaluation.
It has been two months since my article entitled “The End of the Plaza Empire and the Inevitable Rise of Telework in Business Life”. During this time, the perception of risk concerning the coronavirus in the world has decreased due to the relative decrease in the number of cases, distraction, and acclimation. Employees began using offices, more in line with social distancing rules. This has left me and my generation in a dilemma.
Working from home, remote working or teleworking is not a new concept. Before the coronavirus epidemic, there was a telework evolution that coincided with the digital revolution in the business world.
Remote Working: Trust, collaboration, technology. Just requires more discipline. Let me share with you the work we created in the Tele-Work Volunteer Disruption Group at Yildiz Holding.
It is said that every cloud has a silver lining and now this mandatory order has become an indispensable part of the future. Human Resources managers agree to see some of the work done remotely (from home) as they move onto a new sparse (social distance) office set up.
Why do employees sometimes put themselves at personal risk when they come to work? If we assess the task risks carefully, guard our equipment well, encourage work place order, provide the best Personal Protective Equipment available & train our colleagues properly, why might we still have accidents in the workplace?
I am a firm believer in instant rewards. Rewarding employees on the spot for positive behaviour or achievement of some kind can be a great way of acknowledging the extra mile they go to create added value to the business. Great effort deserves greater and instant gratification.
With our new company pladis, we are becoming a global company, and need to develop our employee strategies accordingly. There are a few important elements to this approach.
I’ve been lucky to have a full-time job in my life that I love, being a baker and chocolatier Yıldız Holding. I thought my first blog on the site could be about how to simply appreciate happiness.