Building positive workplace relationships and teams

Rafferty, Mary
December 2007
Irish Veterinary Journal;Dec2007, Vol. 60 Issue 12, p748
Academic Journal
The article explores on ways of building positive relationships in the workplace. It relates that building a positive team requires the development of positive communication skills and making good working relationships a definite part of one's agenda as manager or employer. It mentions that establishing good work practices in a business start with ensuring that every employee has a written contract with a job description clearly outlined and agreed between employer and employee at the outset.


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