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Creating Employee Teams

Human Resources
Guide
11/25/2019

Creating Employee Teams to Manage Employee Issues

If you feel like you spend a significant amount of time dealing with employee issues, you’re far from alone. Owners and managers at small to mid-sized businesses spend an average of 25% to 40% of their time resolving employee disputes, conflicts and requests.

So what’s the solution?  Businesses are increasingly finding that creating manager/employee teams to solve problems and co-create company policies can help decrease time spent on individual issues, and increase overall employee engagement.

Our guide will walk you through the steps of creating employee teams, including:

  • Setting the stage for your first team meeting
  • Establishing ground rules
  • Generating ideas before committing to them
  • Getting buy-in
  • Building policies around solutions
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