February 14, 2013
For most CNC machine shops and company manufacturing departments, the secret to improving productivity and profitability lies in applying the right technologies and relying on a conscientious, knowledgeable workforce. Therefore, if you have a problem employee the impact can be quite serious. Ignoring a worker’s bad habits or inappropriate actions not only affects the performance of the problem employee, it can also undermine the morale of the rest of your staff. So how do you go about fixing the problem? Here are some proven techniques.
If your company has a human resources department, they should have procedures and policies in place for dealing with problem employees. If not, it may be wise to use an outside firm that specializes in such matters to create such standards for your organization.