Managers often build relationships and ongoing communications with employees via one-on-one and, status updates and periodic as a means to gauge how an employee spends his or her workday, and assess whether primary job duties align with the employee’s skillset, interests and longer-term career goals.
While these tactics help managers support and guide employees, all rely onand self-reports. Given that recent research by the Society of Human Resources (SHRM) indicates just 38% of employees in the United States are very satisfied with their job, there’s a good chance your employees may be unhappy at work—despite what they share verbally.
Yet, managers who pay attention to employee behavior could have an opportunity to intervene and address job frustration, before employees disengage to the point that they’re ready to hand in their notice.
Here are some common sign...(register to read more)