Employees likely to welcome a standards of behavior contract

07/29/2009 | SmartPros

Managers shouldn't assume that employees will feel their rights are being infringed upon if rules governing behavior are set down, and most are apt to appreciate the clear guidelines, an expert says. Some tips for putting together a standards of behavior contract with your company include seeking input from all employees, aligning desired behaviors with corporate goals and holding an official rolling-out of the rules.

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