How to Create a Respectful Workplace

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The definition this type of work environment is a place in which employees can expect to be treated fairly while working in a safe environment and given the freedom to concentrate on getting the job done correctly. A workplace environment that is tough on issues or problems and soft on people. It is easy to define, so how do we implement a 'safe' or 'respectful' workplace. This e-how is more of a guide to what makes a sucessfully safe and respectful workplace. You will see examples rather than suggestions.

Things You'll Need

  • A employee relations committe made up of exempt and non-exempt employees.
  • Patience
  • The ability to ask yourself what about our company culture is respectful and disrespectful.
  • A respectful workplace is: Highly productive

  • A respectful workplace is: Employees working well together and enjoying time with colleagues.

  • A respectful workplace is: Where workers enjoy responsibility and strive to work with more responsibility.

  • A respectful workplace is: Where workers and management are more likely to help out where needed.

  • A respectful workplace is: Where work is completed on time

  • A respectful workplace is: Where the quality and consistency of work is high.

  • A respectful workplace is: Where your company's customers routinely give positive feedback for customer service.

  • A respectful workplace is: Where injury, accident, workmen's compensation and harassment claims are virtually non-existent.

  • A respectful workplace is: Where there is an open forum to discuss problems and issues between employees and management.

  • A respectful workplace is: Where associates do not fear expressing their opinions.

  • A respectful workplace is: Where workers feel more efficient when problems are settled and processes refined.

  • A respectful workplace is: When something goes wrong, the focus is on isolating the cause and not blaming people. Soft of people, tough on issues.

  • A respectful workplace is: When mistakes are made workers are coached and nurtured to understand what went wrong.

  • A respectful workplace is: Where there is a sense of empowerment where workers feel they can improve their job.

Tips & Warnings

  • Here is an example of how to define your role in developing a respectful workplace:
  • You will need to speak up when people are not treated fairly and council those who feel disrespected or harassed. Your main role is to convey an environment of openness and peoples' ability to effect change. You will need to assist and help when needed for both simple and complex tasks. You will need to engage and interact with your fellow co-workers no matter how different they may be.
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