Now that you see why you must build and maintain good employee relationships, how will you do it? Listed here are some suggestions.

See the relationship first and the employee second. The previous pages have invited you to view the employee through a relationship channel in order to become more objective and professional in dealing with employees. By concentrating more on the relationship, you will become less involved in the personality of the individual and will probably be less motivated by any unconscious prejudices that you may have. You will also be more scientific in your approach to problems, more aware of your own responsibilities, and more successful in achieving the productivity you seek. This approach ...

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