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Is it fair to expect discretionary effort?

0 min read | 12 November, 2019 By Jonathan Richards


Discretionary effort – the level of effort people could give if they wanted to, above and beyond the minimum required.

As a responsible employer is it right to try and release discretionary effort from our people?

Yes – if the goal is extra thought, determination and creativity.

No – if the intention is purely extra hours.

Above all, it has to be deserved and freely given rather than expected.

Posted on 12 November, 2019

By Jonathan Richards

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