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4. And she says don't forget employers talking about "ethics, a detergent word used time and time again to cleanse conscience without scrubbing."
Well, what's an employer to do?
1. Remove malcontented employees better suited to be self-employed.
2. Refer dissatisfied employees to network marketing (MLM) self-employment opportunities. Some of biggest "misfits" in employee ranks become best entrepreneurs.
3. Conduct in-house meetings to teach remaining employees threat that outsourcing of jobs to China, India and other countries poses to employers and to employees--motivating them to improve their attitudes, stop whining, and work as a team. 4. Define and remove organizational and procedural stumbling blocks to a job satisfaction. These can require some attitude adjustments in upper management ranks in some cases. 5. Making sure business has a Three Year Business Plan--and making sure everyone in company know where Plan is taking company and them--and what their role and responsibility for company success. Remember: cubicle farm folk are restless and negative. 71% are not happy with their jobs. The status quo just doesn't cut it. The unsettling effects of globalism and offshore outsourcing are permanent. So, act today. Do it now!
John J. Alquist is co-owner/co-operator of Alquist Enterprises. His firm promotes self-employment via two network marketing (MLM) opportunities, professional speaking, business consulting, business planning meeting facilitation, and Internet strategy and website development.
He has had 24 years as a senior marketing executive in large banking orrganizations. He started his career as a newspaper feature story writer.