In the kitchen the work is fast-paced. Everyone has to pull their weight to execute a meal flawlessly and timely, and there is little room for error. In this kind of environment, a manager may find it hard to step back and look at the bigger picture of who isn’t performing up to par. Or a manager may know, but worry about disrupting the flow of work by giving an employee negative feedback.
However, a good employee/employer relationship is built on mutual respect and communication. Being able to have an open dialogue with employees will help build a relationship and foster a productive work environment. Though it may be hard to be critical of employees, if you do it the right way the criticism will come off as constructive. Check out this infographic to learn five helpful strategies.