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Top 3 changes 500 Australian employees would make if they were CEO for the day surveyed by Watts Next
Date:2/27/2013

e that call for more accountability and better communication from managers. One response that they have seen quite often is:

  • Deal with performance issues appropriately and when they occur.

It is evident to Watts Next that the majority of employees interviewed want to see that the managers are addressing performance issues in the correct manner as they occur and that they keep open communication lines.

More efficient:

This is one of the top concerns for employees because this directly affects their output. With more efficient equipment, systems and processes put into place, the employee can perform better.

Therefore, Watts Next recommends that employers review consistently the processes employees follow and ask for recommendations from those who are doing the job.

Increase pay:

This is the most common response managers expect from Employee Feedback Sessions. While it is an employee concern, it is not number one.

If an employee is fairly compensated, then the individual can focus on their responsibilities rather than spending energy on feeling undervalued.

When Watts Next presents the Employee Feedback findings to the CEOs it is common for them to be astounded at the responses their team has given. The answers to this question can provide senior managers with an insight into what employees see as a priority and this can assist greatly in developing targeted business strategies.

From Watts Next's experience, if employees can see that senior management have listened to their suggestions and are willing to take feedback on-board it can have a profound effect on the engagement levels of employees.

So will employers be brave enough to ask employees what they would do if they sat in their chair for one day? Remember sometimes the simplest ideas are the ones that have the greatest impact.

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