Employee working environment
We will explain the relationship between employee welfare and production in terms of working environment and placement.
What is a good working environment?
It goes without saying that in general most people spend much of their life working in the company, so the working environment is important. ..
A good working environment depends not only on physical factors such as temperature and humidity and the presence or absence of foliage plants, but also on human factors such as relationships and placement of people in the workplace.
For example, daring to assign highly productive and talented employees to the education of new employees will help prevent disappointment immediately after joining the company.
It is generally said that the motivation and expectations of employees are relatively high at the beginning of joining the company, then decline once and then increase in the middle of the career. The cause of the decline is the gap between expectations and reality before and after joining the company.