A lot of people have been wondering if the “employee of the year” award really means anything.
There’s been some debate about the concept since its inception in 1998, but the consensus is it’s not an award that’s very meaningful for employers.
The problem, however, is that it’s a bit of a stretch to define what an “employer” is, and how it should be defined.
In short, the word “employers” has come to mean a group of people with a set of responsibilities and expectations that can be different depending on the job title.
It also has an ambiguous and broad definition that’s hard to define and which isn’t always obvious.
That’s why, as part of our coverage of the 2017-18 season, we’ve compiled a list of key elements employers should look for when defining their roles.
We also asked you to help define who you think belongs on the “best employees” list by sending in your suggestions on Twitter using the hashtag #BestEmployers.
The goal is to get the conversation started.
To learn more about the “Best Employees” list, check out our “Five Biggest Questions About Employee Behavior” article.
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