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5 tips for avoiding favouritism in the workplace Logo cgma

  Hannah Pitstick |   Free |   Feb 2020 |   FM magazine

In any organisation there will be people who favour some above others. However, when so much depends upon team co-operation ensuring everyone is seen to be treated fairly is vital. This article offers 5 tips, and these include: to ensure everyone is given opportunities and the means to develop, be transparent and that everyone understands the reasons for the criteria used and subsequent decisions made.

Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: People: Collaboration & partnering, Intermediate

2 Comments/Reflections

Andrew Schwartz

Andrew Schwartz Mar 2020

This article has some very worthwhile points and will aid managers as they work to create a more favorable workplace.
Claire Lewis

Claire Lewis Feb 2020

This was an interesting read - I particularly like the tips on finding common ground with people.

You can't always like everyone but to be an effective manager/team player it is important to make everyone feel included.

It can be easy to fall into the favoritism trap without even noticing you are doing it so the tips about being accountable I will use to ensure I'm not doing this.

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