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Afraid to Discipline an Employee? Don’t Be

Your other employees will be encouraged when it’s deserved.

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Sales Truth: Taking action against one employee does not lower the morale in others.

WHY IT IS TRUE:Your sales manual clearly defines the standards of performance required in your store.

PLAN OF ACTION:From the day people are hired, they should understand what your standards of performance are in your store. They are very simple; you have performed by them for your entire career. Those whose performance falls well below those expectations should be called for a one-on-one, closed door meeting with you. The other employees in your store will be encouraged to by your actions, and will continue to perform at levels within your expectations.

David Richardson is a certified professional speaker and a consultant to retail jewelers and manufacturers worldwide helping them grow their diamond bridal engagement business.

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