Somebody on my employees is a extremely good performer however at all times appears sad and I really feel like she brings the power down for the entire workforce. Do I simply let it go, or do I say one thing to her?
How somebody contributes to and impacts the morale of the workforce — and the notion of the corporate — is simply as necessary as how nicely they carry out on the job. However is that this individual simply wired as a Debbie Downer, or is that this a change in demeanor from what they’ve beforehand exhibited? Generally, individuals are merely unaware of how they’re coming throughout and a little bit pep discuss and enhance is all it would take to vary her demeanor. You would possibly uncover that one thing is inflicting the conduct, corresponding to a current life occasion. Or, they could merely be a bitter puss. If the demeanor doesn’t enhance, it’s a judgment name on the finish of the day. We’re all evaluated on the identical foundation. So is the corporate higher off with the individual within the position or not? That’s a choice so that you can make.
I simply realized that my colleague who has the identical job as me is making greater than I’m. How do I strategy my boss about this?
Very fastidiously. There is no such thing as a rule or legislation that claims two individuals in the identical job should be paid the identical. There are numerous professional explanation why two individuals in the identical job may very well be incomes completely different salaries, corresponding to expertise, efficiency, tenure and what it took to lure the individual away from a earlier job. You can also’t make sure what your colleague is incomes, until you will have documented proof, and your boss is unlikely to need to focus on what another person is incomes. So, you probably have this dialog along with your boss, it ought to be primarily based on what you assume you’re value each internally throughout the firm and within the market, and why. Assuming that you just really feel that your boss thinks you’re doing an amazing job.
Gregory Giangrande has over 25 years of expertise as a chief human sources government. Hear Greg Weds. at 9:35 a.m. on iHeartRadio 710 WOR with Len Berman and Michael Riedel. E-mail: [email protected] Observe: GoToGreg.com and on Twitter: @GregGiangrande