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In This Booming Economy, Organizations Should Hold Their Employees to High Standards.

"This does not just apply when you are on the work site, it should be carried over into your daily life," says Jeff Greene, HR Mgmt Student, University of Phoenix.

February 11, 2000
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In this booming economy, organizations should hold their employees to high standards. After all, take a look at the implementations of training and awareness employers have relating to standards of workplace safety, substance and alcohol abuse, and workplace violence. This does not just apply when you are on the work site, it should be carried over into your daily life activities as well.

Ultimately, negative behavioral patterns of employees will eventually effect the bottom line the business economy.

If the money you make and career you have is important to you, you will make the behavioral adjustment, or else the employer will find someone that can fulfill their mission requirements. For example, it is well know that when first time offenders get sent to prison, they tend to go in with this "I'm a bad dude attitude", but they soon and quickly they learn that there is a different set of rules in the penitentiary then what they had on the outside.

In prison, negative behavior is dealt with shiftily and severely. This is not to say that organizations should gain the prison mentality, but they should seek the significance of regarding high behavioral standards of their employees as valuable assets.

Life is hard for all of us, to take it easy on one would eventually lead to a tragedy of the commons.

(This is an excerpt of Jeff's letters).

 

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