How to Set Clear Employee Expectations
Employee expectations to maintain:
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Setting clear employee expectations can benefit your business. Management must communicate their expectations verbally and in writing. This can reduce or eliminate confusion and increase the levels of success.
Team expectations refer to the behaviors that occur while working together on tasks.
Performance expectations should be measured by the company and communicated by management in order to move toward a specific company goal.
For each new person joining, set specific and clear employee and performance expectations to encourage accountability.
After you set clear expectations, there are a few steps you can actively take to effectively communicate and manage them.
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