What I value most is when my employer clearly defines the goal and does not hide it from the employees. Thanks to this, even if our duties are monotonous, we know that we are not doing them for nothing. However, the most important thing is that it gives the opportunity for development. Managing a team of people is a very difficult task which requires not only business expertise but also interpersonal communication skills. Besides, I like work relationships to take into account all the rights, regulated by the Labour Code, as well as to be based on mutual respect and trust. It is important to develop a balance so that the boss is perceived as an authority, while at the same time being a person to whom employees can turn with any problem. In building good mutual relations, the willingness to cooperate is also very important - only then will the pattern be broken in which the employer is perceived only as an individual, standing at the head of the company.
And what do you value your employer for?