This essay is for IELTS General Training writing section 2.

A company in which every employee is made to feel important will run more smoothly and experience greater success than a company that values some employees above others

Employees are most valuable resource for a company. Any company which has a long term vision and aims at accomplishing more, must realize the value of its employees and in their ability to accomplish that goal. Many companies are very keen on hiring good work force who are well qualified and meet their requirements.

The longer the company can keep and employee who is very skilled, knowledgeable and experienced, the more advantageous it would be. Towards this end, companies make every effort like giving raises in salaries, giving bonuses, paid vacations, appreciating them etc. Some companies also have ‘employee of the month’ club where they select an employee who is sincere, hard working and contributing to the organization’s growth and reward him accordingly.

Human resource departments in companies as well as top management take proper measures to make sure every employee is treated equally and fairly. This should not be confused with the various hierarchical positions and their authority in the company. For example in an ‘Information Technology’ company, a manager and programmer may have different job responsibilities and authorities, still they are equally important to the company. The top level management of the company should have an open door policy for any employee to walk-in with suggestions, comments or complaints for the organization's growth.

Employees who are treated equally, valued and get recognition for their efforts develop a good relations with the company and stay with the company long period of time and they make great asset to the company. Also in the environment, employees go extra mile to work hard and give all they have got to the company. It’s a win-win situation for both employees and company.

In conclusion, all the successful companies understand the importance of making every employee feel important and valuable. It is one of the goals of an effective organization.

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A company in which every employee is made to feel important will run more smoothly and experience greater success than a company that values some employees above others

Employees are (article) most valuable resource for a company. Any company which has a long term vision and aims at accomplishing more, must realize the value of its employees and in their ability to accomplish that goal. Many companies are very keen on hiring good work force (workers) who are well qualified and meet their requirements.

The longer the company can keep (keep what?) and employee (one?) who is very skilled, knowledgeable and experienced, the more advantageous it (what does it refer to?) would be. Towards this end, companies make every effort like giving raises in salaries, giving bonuses, paid vacations, appreciating them (parallel) etc. Some companies also have ‘employee of the month’ club where they select an employee who is sincere, hard working and contributing to the organization’s growth and reward him (sexist) accordingly.

Human resource departments in companies as well as top management take proper measures to make sure every employee is treated equally and fairly. This should not be confused with the various hierarchical positions and their authority in the company. (what do you mean?) For example in an ‘Information Technology’ company, a manager and programmer may have different job responsibilities and authorities, still they are equally important to the company. The top level management of the company should have an open door policy for any employee to walk-in (not hyphenated) with suggestions, comments or complaints (complaints for growth?) for the organization's growth.

Employees who are treated equally, valued and get recognition (parallel) for their efforts develop a good relations with the company and stay with the company (prep? article?) long period of time and they make great asset to the company. Also in the environment, employees go (article) extra mile to work hard and give all they have got to the company. It’s a win-win situation for both employees and company.

In conclusion, all the successful companies understand the importance of making every employee feel important and valuable. It is one of the goals of an effective organization.
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To determine the most successful management method in companies, controversial findings have been presented in different studies. While some researchers suggest equal valuing of employees in order to raise their sense of self confidence, other surveyors emphasize on Sthe traditional hierarchical method of management to ensure the obedience of employees as an essential requirements.

It is generally believed that successful companies take advantage of happy and satisfied employees. The more an employee is made to feel important, the more satisfied he is. It is clear that a happy and satisfied employee is likely to show more activities leading to higher successes for the company. Moreover, this strategy reduces the work pressure on employees so that let their talents bloom which consequently results in further success and improvements for the company.

It is unjustifiable not to accept that an important person always pursue more important positions by trying his best to raise his ability and performance. In contrary, underestimation of an employee lowers his level of self confidence leading them to a significant lower talent. Therefore, it seems to be wise not to let employees suffer from low levels of self confidence.

Some people argue that enjoying higher success in a company is associated with higher control on employees. Not only a well organized company with a hierarchical system let everybody to try his best to promote to a higher rank, but also it can result in a significant improvement in obedience and loyalty of employees which can be considered as a key factor of success. Although this fact contradicts the hypothesis of dedicating an equal level of importance to every employee, it can be claimed that traditional management system has relied on it heavily and effectively.

In the final analysis it seems to be true that every company should decide its particular policy regarding its type of activity and characters of its employees in order to enjoy further successes and improvements.