Inclusion, Respect and Employee/Customer Satisfaction

posted on Wed, Nov 26 2014 9:02 am by Shirley Engelmeier

Many of us have grown up in environments in which respect for superiors is deeply engrained. Whether it’s a strict household or a rigid educational background, societal values and expectations often compel us to respect those with authority over us, whether that’s parents, teachers or employers. While younger generations have embraced a much less hierarchical attitude towards superiors (in most workplaces, it would seem extremely archaic to refer to a boss as “Mr.” or “Ms.”), most would agree that it is important to respect your employer and manager.

But does that respect go both ways? A majority of employees don’t think so.

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