Knowing what is expected of you in your job is important, but it is equally important that the goals being set are realistic and still challenging. The workplace has changed more than ever due to the pandemic, and many employees find themselves experiencing higher stress levels as they try to adjust to new workplace rhythms. Employers can help aid in relieving employee stress by engaging with them more, giving clear work objectives, and creating a respectful level of transparency. In Brian O’Connell’s article “6 Tips on Setting Expectations for Employees”, he lays out a good framework for how managers can set expectations.
The six tips O’Connell suggests in this article are:
- Emphasize Objectives
- Set Expectations Early
- Make Employees Accountable
- Give Meaningful Feedback
- Leverage Motivation
- Make it Measurable
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O’Connell, Brian. “6 Tips on Setting Expectations for Employees.” SHRM, SHRM, 8 Dec. 2020, www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/hr-topics/people-managers/pages/setting-employee-expectations.aspx.