A law is needed to guide on what kind of decisions and what actions should be done on a certain situation. It may have its limitations and shortcoming but it is capable to change and adapt to new resolutions and discoveries. In a work setting, these conditions apply. Labour laws are the backbone of the company. It governs the process on how the management deals with the employees and on how they will run the business through the employees’ capabilities and conformity.

Proper wage, enough working hours, an environment conducive to work, proper treatment and being open to suggestions are what the labourers seek for their employment. They submit themselves to hazards and any nature of work hoping proper compensation is provided. Addressing these concerns yield to two results: accepting the conditions and continue working or demanding more and boycott the current work.

On how the employers give in to the cravings of their subordinates must be based on correct planning and strategy. Through these decisions they make or break their company. They should lay all their visions to their employees to gain correct expectation and garner trust to make it succeed. The ability to provide proper outcome that is substantial to the growth of the company and the labourers is always the one that succeeds. Working together with your subordinates is the key to prepare incoming breakdowns and rebellions.

Let’s take into consideration that a good leader is a good follower. Establishing comfort zones inside the workplace will contribute to honest, trustworthy employees with integrity. Contracts intertwine these beliefs as one. So the bond that you initiate on the onset of employment should be the bond that will last for the whole time that you are present within the company.

The benefits and privileges provided by the employer should match the service and work done by the employees. Proper compensation is the main point on why they work. It will also become the main objective to perform and finish tasks with integrity. It all means, what you give is what you will get.