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Knowledge Center Blog DNA of Success - Relationship Habits

DNA of Success - Relationship Habits

Most full-time employees are around their co-workers more than they are their own families, which is why it is very important that co-workers form strong relationships with one another. Relationship habits within your company will determine its success. Strong relationship bonds between the employer and employees lead to greater employee happiness. If you are looking to improve your productivity, be sure that strong relationships between employees exist.

TLNT provides five major characteristics that an employer-employee relationship should involve. These include mutual respect, mutual reliance, openness and communication, support and nurturing, and gratitude. These relationship habits come with practice and can be encouraging to employees when their employer lives these characteristics out in front of them.

When your employees feel connected to their company, they will be less likely to seek another job, allowing your company to maintain high employee retention rates. Building relationship habits within the workplace will overall provide your company with successful teamwork and collaboration.

Across the long term horizon, employers have seen a continuous shift in the applicant pool for every position in a distribution operation. Compare the industrial revolution through the Second World War and then jump to today… the processes are similar, but the jobs are very different. Across your career, you will see tremendous shifts in behavior and technology offerings intended to make the people and processes more efficient. The one constant however, is the DNA of Success.

With decades of warehouse, manufacturing, and logistics experience, we understand the challenges you face when building a team or an organization.