When a person starts a new job, they often keep a close eye on people who have been there for years. Do they seem to like their job? Do they respect management? Oftentimes, the new employees take their cue from the veterans, which may affect their attitude and work ethic. Our goal is that it does alter, but positively! The Mathis Group wants to teach you how to treat your veteran employees so that they don’t feel that they are just doing a job, but are invested in the success of the company. New hires will then see this, and it will ripple down to generations of employees.
In this month’s Messenger, Positive Peer Pressure, we wrap up our two-part series of how one employee’s behavior will influence the behaviors of those around him. In this issue, we look at how positive peer pressure will benefit an organization and bring out the best in employees. I hope you enjoy it!