Balancing the Company’s Needs and Employee Satisfaction
Senior employees often have the power to make decisions that will significantly impact the collective work experience of the people below them, but at the same time, they are removed from those people.
This is largely because, as employees rise within their organization, their responsibilities shift from considering how their team feels to shaping organizational ethos.
Doing what is right for the company and doing what will make the employees happiest are not always mutually exclusive.
This paradox can make seemingly obvious choices difficult to make.
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