Managers earn more money (generally!) than individual contributors because it’s harder. Organizing a group of people, managing their work, and being responsible for the results is generally harder than doing the tasks. That’s fair. But managers often make their work much more difficult than it needs to be.
Human Resources Executive Jordan George has enough experience in the people business to know what matters and what doesn’t. He came up with the following list of 10 things that managers should just stop worrying about.
- Watching what time people arrive to work
- Watching what time people leave work
- Watching how long someone’s lunch break is
- Requiring people to “request” time off
To keep reading, click here: 10 Things Managers Should Stop Worrying About