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Bosses are forever writing articles and giving talks to other bosses about how much people love to work for their companies because they are awesome. Keep in mind when you read this guidance from people who are in power that they are necessarily disconnected from the trenches.
If you want to know what people need from their jobs, ask workers. Even famous companies that get much credit for friendliness have disturbing business practices that call their claims to fame into question. So turn off the superstar CEO TED talk and chat with your team. Here are three tips for developing a successful small business that gets the best from its people.
Perhaps the most important thing you should do to create a great workplace is to not assume you are great. Checking in with your people about their needs, regularly, is important. If your company structure is such that some people are deliberately expendable, expect resentment. If you can't meet worker needs and that is part of the deal, fine. But you get what you give, and lack of interest or commitment rarely inspires greatness.
If you have questions about how to manage or structure a company so that it is a good and fair place that inspires all your workers, talk to a lawyer. Get real guidance with practical applications.
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