Meditation for PeaceAn Employer Should cherish His or Her EmployeesGiving them appropriate benefits and due wages
The nadir, or the direction below us, represents the relationships we have with others as a result of earning our living or as a result of being an employer.
An employer should cherish his employees by:1. Assigning them work according to their strength;2. Giving them appropriate benefits and due wages;3. Caring for them in sickness;4. Sharing good fortune with them (giving them special gifts on appropriate occasions);5. Giving them holidays and leaves at suitable times.Assigning them work according to their strength
If you cannot say anything good to your employees, do not say it at all. This is better than pleasing them with insincerity. There is a better way to be both pleasing and sincere such as looking at and mentioning the positive characteristics of the employees. When employees have conflicts, the pleasing or sincere way is to tell them to forgive and get along. We should not say things that make them fight, compete, or talk behind each other’s backs more.To be good boss: encourage your own growth; do not be afraid to delegate responsibilities, allowing employees to share the responsibility; share credit for work with employees, coworkers, and supervisors; challenge employees to do something outside the job description; give enough benefits and compensation.
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An Employer Should cherish His or Her Employees
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