What is Accountability in the Workplace?
When youth are employed to do a job, they need to be aware there is a high level of responsibility to complete all given tasks and to perform all duties as requested in a reasonable time limit. A high level of Accountability should be taken in making sure jobs are done to the highest quality. If tasks are not completed or the job isn’t executed properly, expect to have a performance review.
Examples of Accountability in the Workplace:
- Employees being present for their entire required shift ( Staying of Social Media, phone on silent locked away )
- Employees completing any tasks that have been designated to them (Getting all work done in reasonable time frame)
- Employees being consistent in doing the right thing in all aspects pertaining to their job (Doing what is right for t
- Employees working together towards a common goal for the business (Working in a team to be accountable in role)
Why is Workplace Accountability Important?
Accountability in the work place is crucial to any successful business. Every employee, no matter what level of rank in the business all are equally responsible for the success of the company. In order to achieve all goals set by Management and Owners whether they are short or long term, its very important that all Employees within the company work together and share accountability. Employees who work together towards the same overall goal help their workplace to become more accountable, in turn make the business more productive, profitable and intern to keep their jobs.