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fredkawig
01-20-2014, 08:27 AM
We own a rental business, a boat for hire, located in the center of our city. The problem we have been having is that our employees are really dishonest in writing transactions with customers and submitting the collection for the day. Whenever our family is not around to check the business, our employees do not record the payments of our customers who rent out our boats. Thus, we have to keep an eye on our business always in order for profits to come in. We have problems with family members because they are too lazy to work. How about you guys, are you having problems with employees in your business?

ap4aaron
01-20-2014, 02:26 PM
If the employees are not trustworthy, I usually start out with a warning. If they continue to do badly, don't feel bad about threatining them. Remember, you have the power over their jobs, they don't own your business.

AliceT
01-20-2014, 03:50 PM
You should fire your employees immediately. If they are not properly accounting for income, and it is discovered that your company is avoiding charging/recording taxes, YOU are liable for any penalties incurred for evading taxes.

There are thousands of honest people out there looking for work, so you will have no problem replacing them.

LindaKay
01-20-2014, 05:09 PM
Gosh, that sounds horrible. You shouldn't have to deal with employees who will steal from you if you aren't watching over their shoulders. I would definitely let them go ASAP. I might even threat or pursue legal action. It is your family's business, and you don't deserve to be taken advantage of like that. I'm sorry to hear about what you're going through, and I hope you can resolve the issue soon!

hillaryNC
01-20-2014, 08:44 PM
Definitely give them a warning! Your company could get in a lot of trouble for not having valid records. If they don't listen to the warning maybe you need to fire an employee to let the others know how serious you are. Also, hiring family can be extremely difficult! Depending on the relationship with the family member, it can be very hard to tell them that they are doing wrong, and they may think that they can do whatever they want and you won't say anything or fire them. Maybe you need to call a big employee meeting or start calling people out on what they are doing!

oregano
01-21-2014, 12:05 AM
It certainly sounds like you need to change (possibly all) your staff as soon as you can. Make sure you follow all the correct legal procedures in your country for terminating employees (giving verbal or written warnings, permissible reasons for termination, whether you need to pay wages if they have been stealing from you, whether you need to pay compensation for terminating them, etc.) so they can't come back and cause even more trouble for you later on.

When you're putting together your new team, you should consider hiring one or maybe two people in a supervisory role, and introduce clear procedures for recording bookings and receiving payments. Perhaps the supervisors need to handle all payments. And it sounds like you, as the owner, should keep a closer eye on day-to-day operations, at least until you are confident that your new employees are running an honest operation. If they know you - or other owners/management - are around at times, and show an interest in the company and its employees, they are more likely to do a good job.

With the fast-increasing use of smartphones around the world, maybe there is a simple way you can use this technology to help your business. For example, get the supervisor on duty to take photos of your boats (next to their own watch showing the time, if you like) at regular intervals throughout the day so you can see whether boats are rented out or idle. The same for payments made - requiring photos with proof of time can help ensure that your workers keep on the straight and narrow!

pandandesign
01-21-2014, 12:19 AM
One thing about business is that the only person you can trust is either you or someone who hires you, that's about it. I'm sorry about this situation because it has happened one someone at my workplace, which my boss ended up telling her to leave for good. I would say that being dishonest is simply no more for the employee to continue to work at the place because there will always be a second time. I would say for the important parts, you can do it yourself, otherwise, I don't usually trust anyone besides my parents because they own the business. Speaking of family members, don' hire any family member unless you really have to because it can cause further issues because you simply cannot fire a family member for many reasons. I would talk to the person who does the work or is being dishonest about it, but you have to be more aware about this from now on.

fredkawig
01-21-2014, 07:13 AM
Gosh, that sounds horrible. You shouldn't have to deal with employees who will steal from you if you aren't watching over their shoulders. I would definitely let them go ASAP. I might even threat or pursue legal action. It is your family's business, and you don't deserve to be taken advantage of like that. I'm sorry to hear about what you're going through, and I hope you can resolve the issue soon!

Yes. Hopefully it gets resolved soon. The problem is hiring trustworthy people, there aren't really a good number of people who are honest nowadays. Even our relatives, nephews, cousins, nieces aren't or won't be honest for long. I have seen people who come and go as our employees but I can't find anyone who would be completely honest in remitting profits.

fredkawig
01-21-2014, 07:19 AM
It certainly sounds like you need to change (possibly all) your staff as soon as you can. Make sure you follow all the correct legal procedures in your country for terminating employees (giving verbal or written warnings, permissible reasons for termination, whether you need to pay wages if they have been stealing from you, whether you need to pay compensation for terminating them, etc.) so they can't come back and cause even more trouble for you later on.

When you're putting together your new team, you should consider hiring one or maybe two people in a supervisory role, and introduce clear procedures for recording bookings and receiving payments. Perhaps the supervisors need to handle all payments. And it sounds like you, as the owner, should keep a closer eye on day-to-day operations, at least until you are confident that your new employees are running an honest operation. If they know you - or other owners/management - are around at times, and show an interest in the company and its employees, they are more likely to do a good job.

With the fast-increasing use of smartphones around the world, maybe there is a simple way you can use this technology to help your business. For example, get the supervisor on duty to take photos of your boats (next to their own watch showing the time, if you like) at regular intervals throughout the day so you can see whether boats are rented out or idle. The same for payments made - requiring photos with proof of time can help ensure that your workers keep on the straight and narrow!

Finding good employees isn't an easy task. I actually want to install CCTV's, Video Camera's but that would be too expensive and hard to maintain especially since our business is not that complicated. The only complicated thing is that the city rents out these stalls and we rent it out from the city. It's a lake within a city. Anyway thanks for all those who took the time to read my post and for giving advice.

GordonTheComputerGuy
01-21-2014, 07:44 AM
You just have to find a creative way for employees to want to report all sales.
One way is to incentivize them by paying an added bonus that is a percentage of all sales from each person or from the whole group.
If that doesn't get them excited then lower pay to the minimum wage in combination with the percentage bonus.
The more they report the more they make, you wouldn't want any limits on how much you make why would they be any different?

After all if your business is popular and successful, shouldn't your employees get a little piece of the action from you instead of taking it behind your back?

Look into using cellphone creditcard swipes, even paypal has this feature. Making your guys hand write sales tickets could be burdensome enough to make them want to skip it.

owesem75
01-21-2014, 08:04 AM
Putting up CCTV cameras or employing another person to watch your boatmen (staff) would not really solve the problem but rather add to your operating expenses. If the business is really doing well and your staff doing a good job then why change them. You can also add a clause to their work contract (or make one if you don't have it yet) clearly stating your regulations about un-reported transactions. Indeed, you have the right to fire them if they are found to be deliberately cheating you. Gordon is right, why not put a percentage of all sales and that way, the more they report their transactions, the more incentives they would receive.

AliceT
01-21-2014, 06:41 PM
One way is to incentivize them by paying an added bonus that is a percentage of all sales from each person or from the whole group.
If that doesn't get them excited then lower pay to the minimum wage in combination with the percentage bonus.
The more they report the more they make, you wouldn't want any limits on how much you make why would they be any different?

Very clever GordonTheComputerGuy!! This is a wonderful solution. Not only does it give the employees a reason to properly submit sales, but it also teaches them that in order for them to make money, the company has to make money. The only problem I see with this is that they are most likely pocketing more in a day than they could ever earn through a commission. Because of this, I still think the employees should be removed. The new batch could them be given this incentive bonus.

mikka254
01-23-2014, 01:09 AM
The transportation business has a lot of trust issues especially the taxi business. A lot of hired help drive the vehicles or boats at their own leisure or to private functions and you can be sure it will not be recorded in the books. All you can do is try to set up a monitor to track the whereabouts of the vehicle or boat, a boat can be fitted with gps that can track it's data for the day so that you know where someone was and at what time. This means that you might have to invest on such a device. It's just the way it is.

delusional
01-23-2014, 01:32 AM
I haven't experienced anything like that but if your employees don't understand they you pay them with the money you make and that they are taking away profit so you will have to eventually fire them, then it's better to let them go. Dishonest people are always bad.

You should talk to them and tell them you know what they are doing. Then think of a system to record every boat rented out, even if no one of your family is there. You could put an sensor on the closet with keys for boats for example and record every time the closet opens. This way you can just divide that number and know how many boats were rented out. Or think of something else, I don't know what the workflow is to rent a boat from your company.

gHiros
01-23-2014, 02:53 AM
If you don't have an employee handbook for your business, try crafting one and assign it to all your employees. I believe there are advantages of having one because you can clearly convey, for example, the policies, procedures and standards of your business, as well as the values and mission of your business. And thus, you can potentially improve relations with your employees because there's no guessing game when it comes to management decisions, and you have an official reference for dealing with issues in your workplace.

And so when it comes to firing any of your employees, having an employee handbook will help "cement" your decision and protect your business.

fredkawig
01-23-2014, 07:43 AM
You just have to find a creative way for employees to want to report all sales.
One way is to incentivize them by paying an added bonus that is a percentage of all sales from each person or from the whole group.
If that doesn't get them excited then lower pay to the minimum wage in combination with the percentage bonus.
The more they report the more they make, you wouldn't want any limits on how much you make why would they be any different?

After all if your business is popular and successful, shouldn't your employees get a little piece of the action from you instead of taking it behind your back?

Look into using cellphone creditcard swipes, even paypal has this feature. Making your guys hand write sales tickets could be burdensome enough to make them want to skip it.

Thanks for the advice. Unfortunately, cellphone creditcard swipes and the like are far too complicated for our business since we are leasing the place from the City. I'm not sure they will allow us to install such contraptions and equipments. We are regulated by the City of Baguio so we have nut much choice. Hopefully in the future those things will be applicable to our business as I myself would want automation to happen.

fredkawig
01-23-2014, 07:47 AM
If you don't have an employee handbook for your business, try crafting one and assign it to all your employees. I believe there are advantages of having one because you can clearly convey, for example, the policies, procedures and standards of your business, as well as the values and mission of your business. And thus, you can potentially improve relations with your employees because there's no guessing game when it comes to management decisions, and you have an official reference for dealing with issues in your workplace.

And so when it comes to firing any of your employees, having an employee handbook will help "cement" your decision and protect your business.

I forgot to add, that most of the guiders or employees we have aren't permanent of full time employees. They go as they please and that's another problem we're having, besides disloyalty we have lazy part-time employees who go there when they need money. I'm not in full control yet of the business but I might fire them when I'm running the business already.

fredkawig
01-23-2014, 08:19 AM
Putting up CCTV cameras or employing another person to watch your boatmen (staff) would not really solve the problem but rather add to your operating expenses. If the business is really doing well and your staff doing a good job then why change them. You can also add a clause to their work contract (or make one if you don't have it yet) clearly stating your regulations about un-reported transactions. Indeed, you have the right to fire them if they are found to be deliberately cheating you. Gordon is right, why not put a percentage of all sales and that way, the more they report their transactions, the more incentives they would receive.

Yes. As I have mentioned, we just can't afford purchasing CCTV's and maintaining a surveillance just for our part-time employees. And besides, I don't think the City and the Park Management Office would allow us to set up such contraptions in the Lake.

ZekeCabnCrk
01-26-2014, 07:33 PM
I'd hate to be in a situation where you can't trust your employees. You're getting paid to do a job, can't hurt to follow the rules.

jfab
01-26-2014, 10:35 PM
It's always a risk whether you high some stranger or someone from your family members to work with you on your business. If you want to be sure that they are doing their job, you can always install cctv cameras in the office. Have an audit about everything on a regular basis so make sure that your resources are in tack.

Isabellas2007
01-28-2014, 11:18 AM
It is your company. If I have employees who are not trustworthy I tend to take and fire the employees who are stealing. Something else which will help you out is using hidden cameras. This tends to cut down dramatically on the opportunity for the employees to steal from you.

wander_n_wonder
01-28-2014, 02:49 PM
For this kind of situation, I would really say recruitment is very important. You need to be able to recruit only the right people from the very beginning. Do not hire those whom you think you cannot trust. Do a lot of tests and screens in order to look into people's honesty. There's no point hiring someone you don't trust enough. It would only be a waste of time having to watch over them all the time.

I would say invest in a good recruitment process in the beginning and you'll surely have less problems with people later on.

ap4aaron
01-28-2014, 09:56 PM
In response to the other posts, I think that adding bonuses would help. Something like taking them out to dinner would make them like you more. Small tricks can go a long way in building trust!

DomDom
01-29-2014, 09:18 AM
I dont trust anybody too much. They should be reliable and do the task they were paid to do but trust is another thing and I trust only myself, you should too.

midynamics
02-03-2014, 06:13 PM
The best way to go would be introduce fool proof paper work and standard operating procedures.

e.g.
The boat would require fuel every time it's taken out. Calculate the fuel. Dip tests are good if its an old boat.
Have stickers on the boat mentioning that client's should always ask for receipts.
Employees should not have the authority to use the boat until authorised by you in writing.
Give one of the employees an opportunity to steal and grill him hard. Get him into jail and really really burn him. Make an example and other employees would be scared.

mikelouis
02-10-2014, 11:48 PM
Well, for starters you need to change the whole team. I think they now have told each other how you guys do not really care much about the business so they are taking advantage. You can simply appoint one of your family members to be the manager of the business. Or else it will be a wasted investment.

dannyboy
02-11-2014, 06:06 PM
I really do not have a problem trusting any of my employees. I establish from the jump what I expect and in terms of honesty and i do it firmly. I will tolerate anything less.

CeliVega
02-12-2014, 04:42 AM
One of the reason some people choose freelancing and not working in a group and organization is due to trust and integrity issues. I know of someone who got fed up with being lied to and suffering loss of money that he quitted his job. It's a real blessing if you have employees who are both hardworking and honest.

Taru
02-14-2014, 03:48 PM
I've had to face a few similar scenarios in my short stint as a business owner, by which I mean I have caught a few employees stealing goods for sale. I don't think it's entirely avoidable, especially when you are only a small business and employees aren't too intimidated by the size and reach of a company, but I think just changing up the structure and taking immediate action should suffice for the meantime. Eventually I did land some employees who have proven to be trustworthy and I think that trial and error and not giving up or losing hope too soon is just the best way to go about it.

basmae
02-19-2014, 03:40 AM
I learnt the hard way that you should never trust anyone but yourself. This is your business, thus your money that is at stake, not theirs. An employee will never care as much as an owner about the business they work for. Always have multiple people checking other staff member's work/claims.

spc97t
02-19-2014, 07:56 AM
I know personally of one business owner who had the mother, the sister, the niece, the aunt, and the brother stealing once they helped the business get off the ground. The family seemed entitled to a share of the profits, so they dipped in themselves. They began with small amounts, and the amounts kept increasing. The bad news is that the owner failed to see the trouble, even after someone placed in front of him the very idea of family stealing. The bottom line is that no employee, family or other, holds the right to dip into another person's pocket for any reason. The owner could have compensated the family members for helping the business become so successful, rather than reminding his struggling family that he owns the business. Still, the abuse they suffered [U]did not (and does not)[U] give any employee permission to steal, even if the employee feels entitled.

autograph
02-19-2014, 08:06 AM
I don't have any trust issue with my employees. I was very upfront about this issue before hiring them; the moment they did something to question their honesty in the business financial transactions, I will investigate the issue very thoroughly. Additionally, I have installed security cameras in the workplace;they obviously function as a tool for monitoring any security breach. However, I am pretty sure that employees are aware that their actions are being watched as well so that they will be deterred from doing any illegal things.

apexa1
02-21-2014, 03:35 AM
I don't think you should allow people to work for you if you can't trust them with even minuscule tasks. Who knows what they might do. I guess it's up to you though since we all have different ways to judge a person. but I still don't see why you would allow someone to work for you when you can't trust them. i think that would lead to too many problems

jptrey06
02-21-2014, 11:05 AM
Ours is a family business so no trust issues there. I would advice you to hire other people because I always believe that once the trust is broken between the boss and the employee it will never be the same. You will always suspect them every time there is something missing and those kind of stuff. It will be tough for the business.

sofieb529
02-21-2014, 02:02 PM
' Trust' in itself is a difficult thing. Your business is your whole life and its hard to find employees that share your passion and have a real desire to see you succeed.
Specifically to your case, I think you should start looking at acquiring new employees immediately. This should not be an acceptable, routine way that your employees are operating. Please make sure you look at your local laws before firing anyone because it seems like you might be running on suspicion more than facts? You will need proper evidence before accusing anyone! Make sure you and your business are safe FIRST!

Jane Hastings
03-26-2014, 12:47 AM
You should sit down with them and talk to them. Make sure they know who they are dealing with. Give them a warning and if they keep doing it again and again, then you should fire them immediately. If you don't want to fire them, you should find ways or create strategies like incentives or maybe hire someone you trust to be there all the time secretly or something to make sure they are being honest. It's your business, you can do whatever you want.

Elina Ding
03-26-2014, 01:53 AM
I think each employees should be honest to your job and boss ,if they don't ,there is some unhappy things lead so ,as a boss care your employees and their thoughts very important than to fire or threaten them.

george.shepard
03-26-2014, 03:21 AM
Before taking any action, speak with them. Give them a warning. If they don't listen to warning that time you can take any action against them.

mramirsking
03-26-2014, 07:06 AM
I see the problem you are having. I guess the answer is training, and make sure you are strict in who you hire and fire the ones that aren't doing their job properly. If I had a business and was hiring I would be careful at the interviews and the selection process and only hire the most suitable candidate. You really do need a strong bond and a sense of trust between your employees.

ursell
03-26-2014, 05:15 PM
I think that you should give them a warning and if that doesn't work warning them and writing them up. Then you
have to let them go because it is your business and you do have to do the right thing. Because like they said you
don't want to be in trouble with the IRS. I agree that you need to have a supervisor to keep them in line and give
you a break. Find one you can trust to keep your employees in line.

allanreich
10-07-2014, 04:53 AM
You should try to motivate your employees and make them understand that if they keep mismanaging the business then the business will be in loss and they too will be in loss as they would not get their salary, perks and increments on timely basis.

These things will show your management and leadership qualities, and a successful businessman should have these qualities. If they are still not understanding it then you have the open choice of changing the staff.

But after changing the staff also you need to create a accountability and manageable system in your business.

snetface
10-10-2014, 01:58 PM
For us it is hiring and firing. Rinse and repeat.
Your employees have to know that you are not afraid of getting new ones if they do not qualify.
We have all kinds of security in place, phone monitoring like MSpy for example. Take a look: http://spy-now.com/mobile-tracking/mspy-review-and-free-trial-download/
We monitor everything they do. I personally never trust anyone with my money. If they can steal it, it becomes their money and my loss, if it remains in place they do not benefit that much.

MahaKarthi
10-16-2014, 04:46 AM
“Trust is the keystone of Business and the only weapon that drives Revenue". If they are not trust worthy, fire them . You should never give a second chance in such matters because you do everything for your business and revenue. If someone is affecting the working of it or misguiding you, he/she doesnt deserve to be a part of your business.

Davidrguernsey
10-06-2015, 04:25 AM
The issue is hiring reliable people, there aren't really a significant amount of people who are honest nowadays. Also our relatives, cousins, nephews, nieces are not or will not be honest for long. I've seen people who get and come as our employees but I can not find anyone who would be completely sincere in remitting profits.

IndioBailBonds
10-26-2015, 11:28 AM
You can threaten your employees or deduct some percentage of their monthly salary as a fine for the dishonesty.

Allcitycleaning
11-23-2015, 06:12 PM
I agree with the people that said to warn them, a good option is also reporting it. Stealing is against the law. At the very least install security camera's. I would contact my local police department and see what they suggest.
Julia Silva
All City Cleaning
www.allcitycleaningservices.net

guardstogo
12-11-2015, 04:26 AM
I would try cutting their hours or something like that. Enough to prove a point without firing them. If they're overall a jerk-off employee, though, it's probably best to let them go.

Malik Suleman
12-28-2015, 02:15 PM
yeah its very necessary to trust

Christine Andola
04-18-2016, 11:09 AM
Usually when you have trust issues with your employees, the problem is a little deeper. You'll need to look into the process you use to on-board and motivate employees to fix this problem.

sunyday
04-23-2016, 08:53 AM
we have a proverb:if you trust him you can employ him,and you do not employ him if you doubt him.

stellarobinson
04-29-2016, 12:14 PM
You need to pay them enough amount of salary, so that they don't need to do this all. You should trust your employee and motive them to improve their self. This will creat your respect in their heart.

watmen
05-31-2016, 04:59 AM
If the employees are not trustworthy, I usually start out with a warning. If they continue to do badly, don't feel bad about threatining them. Remember, you have the power over their jobs, they don't own your business.

ronniewill
06-02-2016, 06:29 AM
If your employees are not good at their work, then you should give a WARNING first.. if they still do wrong, then FIRE them. You have a POWER to HIRE and FIRE YOUR STAFF.
You should hire educated and experienced staff.

EdwardParkernl
07-22-2019, 01:31 AM
Find some loyal employee and grow your business. Otherwise it is hard to grow your business.

wickedtires
07-22-2019, 02:56 AM
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Thomas Patel
08-16-2019, 08:38 AM
Tracking your employees is a must thing that every owner of the business should do. In your case, I suggest you use some employee monitoring software according to your business like cameras, a geo-tracking device which can help you know the exact location of your boat and workers.

Chris_Tax
08-16-2019, 03:07 PM
I want to have employees I can trust. I like it when employee admits he made mistake.

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essencepk
10-16-2019, 03:10 AM
Keep Your Word. The simplest and most effective way to build trust is to get in the habit of keeping your word.
Give The Benefit Of The Doubt. Conflict inherently questions trust.
Make Eye Contact.
Over-communicate.
Know Your Stuff.
Be Honest When You Don't Know The Answer.
In A Crisis, Never Give Up.

MerleneNMS
10-24-2019, 02:45 AM
Building trust within the company is the secret to efficiency and productivity of everyone. Sadly, some employers tend to not trust newly hired employees which is ironic because why would they hire them in the first place? It is on the owners side to give trust to his/her workers for them to feel connection with the business and that they are part of every success and failure of the company.

Some says that employees must gain their boss' trust, but it can be the other way around, it will be better if bosses trusts employees and then it is upon the decision of the worker if she/he will break it or not. In that way, no reason can be given to inefficiency and disloyalty, for instance.

At the end of the day, it is you as a team that will work towards the success and growth of your enterprise.

ruhiangel
10-24-2019, 03:01 AM
Trust is seen as an essential ingredient for building productivity in the workplace. Trusting your employees will mean that you allow them to get on with their work and do what they do best, instead of requiring them to frequently check back with you

Thomas Patel
11-06-2019, 07:25 AM
If you feel your employees are not trustworthy, then I must suggest you adopt employee monitoring software in your office. Such type of software not only helps you to monitor your employees' activity but also helps you to keep track of the records and their overall performance.

AarushiAashi
11-06-2019, 12:19 PM
Trust is viewed as a fundamental element for building efficiency in the work environment. Believing your representatives will imply that you enable them to continue ahead with their work and do what they excel at, rather than expecting them to every now and again seek out you.

ericlove01122
11-19-2019, 04:57 AM
In the event that a work environment can cultivate a solid feeling of trust inside their association they can see various advantages including: Increased efficiency amonst staff. Improved confidence among representatives and staff. The capacity to work all the more successfully as a group, as opposed to people.
Trust is the establishment to a commonly useful working connection among businesses and representatives. It makes ready to successful coordinated effort, open correspondence, and improved efficiency. Remain consistent with the standards of making trust and your business will appreciate a positive profit for its speculation.
Trust builds unwaveringness and the ability to remain with an organization. Trust diminishes feelings of anxiety and antagonistic vibe in the workplace. Trust conquers protection from change. Trust separates corporate storehouses and detaching practices.

Thomas Patel
11-21-2019, 07:11 AM
If you are facing a trusting issue with your employees in your office, you can take help from employee monitoring software. And to improve the connection with family members you can motivate them to do something!

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11-23-2019, 02:16 AM
Without accept as true with inside the administrative center, verbal exchange and teamwork will erode. ... In addition, the employees can lose faith in their very own self belief to make decisions Trust is visible as an important factor for building productivity inside the place of job. Trusting your employees will suggest that you allow them to get on with their paintings and do what they do first-class, in preference to requiring them to often take a look at lower back with you.

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12-19-2019, 04:35 AM
Awareness of a simple truth has appeared in the modern business world: no contracts, agreements, even notarized ones, guarantee the success of a joint activity. There must be something else that starts the real relationship of business partners and makes their interaction possible. Such an extremely important non-formalizable component is trust. The trust of the staff in the manager is based primarily on his ability to achieve specific results. The distrust that arises when leaders are unable to achieve the promised results encompasses the entire organization. Employees do not consider it necessary to fulfill their responsibilities to the company. To ensure that there is no disagreement between the leader and the employee, it is best to install employee monitoring software (https://www.workpuls.com/employee-monitoring), which will increase productivity and transparency.

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01-09-2020, 06:14 AM
Trusting your employees can bring immense advantages to your organization and your employees.
Although it is not always obvious to trust others, it has been discover that trusting your employees is a quick strategy to connect your success through fear of being let down. Here are some good reasons why for all concerned this really works.
Enhanced employee engagement
Increased productivity
It enables flexible working
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It helps to build team spirit
It encourages employee advocacy

FelixCDavies
01-22-2020, 07:32 AM
It is quite disheartening to know that your employees are not trustworthy!
If you are facing this truth issue with every employee then I suggest you to install a employee monitoring software which will easily track every activity of your employees.

SamuelKennedy
02-10-2020, 12:41 AM
There are several employee monitoring software available in the market which you can use to monitor your employees' activities.
Employee Monitoring Software tracks & records every single activity of employees in a database.

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05-20-2020, 07:17 AM
This is one big problem with running a business. Even people who just have a small business with a single employee do have these trust issue sometimes. And to answer your question, of course every business does have some trust issue when it comes to their employees.

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06-08-2020, 06:03 AM
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MMPR
06-19-2020, 02:57 AM
Here are 6 different ways that pioneers at all levels can fabricate trust in the work environment by adjusting activities to words:

1.Perceive that building trust takes difficult work. Trust must be earned. ...

2.Be straightforward and strong. ...

3.Hush up some of the time. ...

4.Be steady. ...

5.Model the conduct you look for. ...

6.Work in responsibility.

boysunflower
07-01-2020, 02:59 AM
dishonesty is a taboo in businesses, if not improved and fixed then I think it should be eliminated

Brownii
07-02-2020, 09:17 AM
I don't think that this is an appropriate and modern method. We are living in the world where everybody has a right for private life. If you think that an employee performs worse, you can fire them. I am not a student of the best business colleges (https://www.prepler.com/best-colleges-for-business-and-management) but I wanna enter one of them. Who knows where it goes.

Lilykevin95
08-07-2020, 11:23 PM
Trust is viewed as a fundamental element for building efficiency in the working environment. Believing your representatives will imply that you permit them to continue ahead with their work and do what they excel at, rather than expecting them to every now and again seek out you.

EriTay
09-15-2020, 11:02 AM
Trust is seen as an essential ingredient for building productivity in the workplace. Trusting your employees will mean that you allow them to get on with their work and do what they do best, instead of requiring them to frequently check back with you.

Exactly, one of the best replies within this thread.

If you have the feeling someone is constantly looking upon your shoulder, it causes a lot of negative stress, which is the ultimate killer of all creative energy. Plus, it interrupts every flow that is needed so urgently to dig deeper into more complicated tasks. So, if you ton't trust your employee, you make him a constantly stressed out staff member, who is only able to scratch the surface of his work. Not good.

TangelThor
11-03-2020, 12:33 AM
Trust is seen as an essential ingredient for building productivity in the workplace. Trusting your employees will mean that you allow them to get on with their work and do what they do best, instead of requiring them to frequently check back with you.

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