Employees are expected to work longer and to be more vital, enterprising and productive. This adds up to greater personal responsibility for employees. They must exercise their efforts to deliver expected and agreed contributions and results and to further their own development and mobility.
In parallel with this development, the organisation’s responsibility becomes bigger and more complex, due to such questions as:
• how do you create as an employer the conditions under which employees are willing and able to commit to good performance and development?
• how do you ensure cohesion between achievement of the organisation's objectives and the arrangements that managers and employees agree with each other?
These questions arise at organisations that want to improve the results of their employees. Other questions concern the vitality and employability of employees:
• how do you keep older employees healthy and employable?
• how do you make your organisation attractive to young employees?
• how do you bring about a development-minded culture within the organisation?
AWVN assists companies in undertaking employee development activities by providing effective recommendations and tools. Crucial factors in these projects are the commitment and support of employees, works council and unions.
Implementation is an important element of AWVN’s advice. AWVN oversees and supports managerial staff at the introductory stages, advises on communication with the workforce and ensures the timely adjustment and evaluation of processes.
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