Every individual shares a multifaceted relationship with colleagues at the workplace. As it is known to all that human beings are not machines who can start working within seconds or at a push button. They need someone to talk, to discuss ideas and to share their happiness and other emotions.
We cannot expect an individual to start working like a robot with complete involvement in the work without knowing with whom he is working. A man is not indifferent; he needs people around. Without people working around the workplace turns hostile. An isolated environment demotivates an individual and spreads negativity which ultimately hampers performance. It will not be wrong to submit that workplaces are like homes; the more we are comfortable with each other, the more prosperity we gain. To achieve a common goal, mutual respect and a sense of safety are must at the workplace. It is an established notion that to work with people having different educational and cultural backgrounds is not that difficult rather than to work with people having different mindsets.
It is much essential that employees share a healthy and happy relationship with each other at the workplace. Mutual understanding and mutual respect are the two hallmarks of meaningful Communication. A healthy bonding between the employer and the employee also strengthen productivity. When effective communication practices are in place at the workplace then employees feel more connected and committed to the organization. The Communication Breakdown at the workplace creates problems. This paper attempts to highlight the importance of Strong Employee Relations at Workplace and the Impact of these relations on the organisational success.
- Ulka Tewari
- Parveen Kumar