BLUFFrontline workers are generally the lowest paid with the harshest working conditions but are the most ignored by CEOs—but Covid-19 proved how essential frontline workers are to the broader economy.
This article written by Bill George for Harvard Business Review highlights the following:
- Spending time with frontline workers is a way to gain reliable information on what is happening in the organization.
- Frontline workers make the most significant difference in customer satisfaction, innovation, product quality, and service excellence.
- CEOs spending more time with frontline workers could bring critical motivational benefits.
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