If you notice a decline in employee enthusiasm, it may be more than just spring fever in the air. Low morale is typically a symptom of something more serious than temporary mood swings or day-to-day conflicts among your employees. But fear not: one of the simplest and surest ways to lift employees’ spirits is to conduct empathetic and supportive on-the-job training. On-the-job training helps fight low employee morale. This infographic from Compliance and Safety explains how and provides several tips for effective on-the-job training.
Tim McMahon is the Founder and Contributor of A Lean Journey Blog. This site is dedicated to sharing lessons and experiences along the Lean Journey in the Quest for True North. The blog also serves as the source for learning and reflection which are critical elements in Lean Thinking.
Tim is a lean practitioner with more than 10 years of Lean manufacturing experience. He currently leads continuous improvement efforts for a high tech manufacturer in a Quality Management role.
Tim McMahon is a member of ASQ Influential Voices who facilitate discussions regarding quality matters globally.