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IT SALES SUPPORT
The individual must be an energetic person who is self moti-
vated and committed to delivering the highest standard of cus-
o A+ Certification.
o Networking Certification.
o Experience in Office Equipment sales.(Not mandatory)
o Technical & Practical knowledge in IT.
o Possession of a reliable working vehicle and a valid T&T
o Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
o Strong negotiating skills.
Send resumes to: Human Resource Manager
96 Woodford Street, Newtown
Via: E-mail: email@example.com
Deadline for applications: 11th October, 2013
o Tel:628-8228 o Fax:622-4811 o Website: www.bei.tt 1001042
It is essential for managers to know
what their employees expect from them
and the organisations.
Let us find out what an employee
expects from his managers and supe-
1. Every individual is hungry for
recognition. A manager needs to
acknowledge the hard work of employ-
ees and appreciate them in front of
others. This way, employees feel moti-
vated to deliver better results and also
feel attached towards the organisations.
Every employee expects his/her man-
ager to praise him/her in front of other
team members. Give them their due
credit. Make them feel important. Put
their names on notice boards, and
reward them suitably. Money is a strong
motivating factor for employees.
2. Every employee expects his/her
superiors to be polite with him/her.
Never shout on your team members.
Being a Boss does not give you the
authority to be rude with your subor-
dinates. Lend a sympathetic ear to their
problems and help them whenever pos-
3. Employees expect their managers
to act as a strong pillar of support for
them. As a manager, you need to stand
by your team members under all cir-
cumstances. Trust me, employees feel
happy if their superiors sit with them
and assist them in their work. Motivate
them to come up with innovative ideas
and improvement solutions. Help them
plan their day. Employees expect your
guidance and mentoring. You need to
be a strong leader who is capable of
providing a direction to his team mem-
bers.Help them meet their targets and
accomplish tasks within the shortest
possible time frame. Give them honest
feedbacks. Suggest them new tech-
niques, strategies which would help
them not only in their current job but
also in their future assignments.
4. Employees expect their managers
to be their role models. You need to be
a strong source of inspiration for them.
Your team members would definitely
copy your style, thus be very careful
of what you wear at workplace. Create
a style of your own which is unique.
5. Do not hesitate to give employees
additional responsibilities provided you
feel he/she is capable of performing a
particular task. Make them accountable
for various projects. Give them
opportunities which would give
them a chance to display their tal-
ent and creativity. Problems arise
when employees start treating
work as a mere source of burden.
Employees feel frustrated when
they do not have something new
to work on.
6. Employees expect managers
to interact with them. No one likes
to work in an organisations where
they need to take permission to
speak to their reporting bosses.
How would you feel if your boss
does not wish you on your Birth-
day? Yes, employees expect their
reporting bosses to wish them at
least on their special days. Greet
your employees with a smile.
7. Be transparent with your
employees. Do not be too rigid
with them. Give them some free-
dom and liberty to take decisions
on their own. Believe me; work
will suffer if they have to take
approvals for everything. Do not
be after their lives for every small
thing. Do not ask them to keep
you in loop in every email. Let
them handle situations on their
own. Give them freedom to work
in their own way.
8. Treat your employees as one.
Never make fun of your team
9. Employees expect their
salaries to be released on time.
Never hold back their salaries or
incentives. Sign their bills on time
and do not ask for unnecessary
What do employees expect from managers?
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