Why Employees Don't Do What They're Supposed to Do and What to Do About It
Ferdinand F. Fournies
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The Top 10 Reasons Employees Don't Do What They're Supposed To Do:
10. They don't know why they should do it; 9. They don't know how to do it 8. They don't know what they are supposed to do 7. They think your way will not work 6. They think their way is better 5. They think something else is more important 5. They think they are doing it 4. They are punished for doing it 3. They are rewarded for not doing it 2. It's beyond their personal limits 1. No one could do it
This book tells you how to avoid or handle each situationNand the 6 other reasons that comprise the total list of reasons employees don't do their jobs. Universally praised and a perennial best seller, this book made The New York Times business bestseller list in early 1998—10 years after it came out! Why? Competition to attract and keep good employees is fiercer than ever. Today's employers need the no-nonsense people-management skills this book teaches.
About the Author
Ferdinand F. Fournies was an internationally acclaimed business consultant and author of bestselling business books that have been translated into multiple languages. An expert in management and sales techniques, Fournies consulted to companies around the world, including Kodak, Merck, Hewlett Packard, and 3M.
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