Their a trend in management thinking, or I would call it UNTHINING. There is a greater focus on the pleasing the stockholders and less to the base level of their businesses. the long term vision only on the next quarter. Their goals is to drive down costs, including wages, to bolster the bottom line. This new generation for executives drive profits They play with numbers and reward themselves with BIG bonuses and stock options. It works. They do their reports, tell their tales, anything, everything, including their cost savings. cost savings include, reduction of wages, reduction in maintain equipment, and reduction in services and quality of service. Easiest way to reduce wages is to people let go, (by any means, preferably without remuneration: compel worker to quit). That is to say, replace, qualified experience workers earning `high`wages, with fewer low paid workers. And it works. As more companies close, more workers become more desperate an willing to keep their jobs.
To answer the question: New management is essential. Those whom care about the company in which they are entrusted. Those that have pride and desire to perform at the best levels. Those that willing to share the rewards with all involved in success. we must denounce the greedy monodrones, who are concerned only with their singular success.
Stop piling unrealistic expectations on front line staff, paperwork doesn't save lives. Patient care is slipping because the time we have to spend with each resident is minimal, not because we didn't complete enough computer assessments.
- show more interest in employees
- Provide feedback and proper recognition
- train leaders on how to be leaders
Answered - Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - London, ON
Offer real incentives and get management involved in actual training and performance of their duties.
Answered - Cook (Former Employee) - Newmarket, ON
Treat the employees like humans and not like they are expendable.
Pay better. Get rid of most overpaid execs in the Mississauga office.
Answered - Technical Support Analyst (Former Employee) - Cambridge, ON