Houston employee benefit company

Houston employee benefit company


Houston employee benefit company

Challenging work

Boring work is draining; lots of boring work is deadly. Asking employees to do increasing amounts of boring work is self-defeating. There are numerous ways to make Houston employee benefit company work challenging.

Baxter Healthcare, for example, creates more challenging work by connecting employees directly with customers. One criterion of employee effectiveness has become the degree to which Houston employee benefit company customers see and use the work done inside Baxter. In one instance, Frank LaFasto, vice president in Human Resources, spends a large portion of his time team building with hospitals who are Baxter customers. His hard work is immediately challenging and has direct customer payback.

Amgen, one of the world’s leading biotech firms, provides another example. Constantly searching for new genes and biotechnology that can be turned into products, Amgen asks its scientists to excel in all areas: research, application, and product-introduction time. These scientists’ motivation is continually stimulated by extensive technical support, up-to-date laboratories, and extremely challenging work. Scientists at Amgen know that they are working on cutting-edge research that will add value to science as well as to Amgen’s Houston employee benefit company portfolio.


Teams often can turn modest individual efforts into extraordinary successes. Studies of high performing teams provide clear evidence that teams can often leverage average individual talents into superior collective achievements. When faced with high demands, teams often find better ways to solve Houston employee benefit company demands than do individuals working in isolation.

Boeing provides an example of teamwork in action to meet extraordinary demands. The Boeing 777 air frame, the foundation of Boeing’s twentieth century fleet, was created under exceptionally difficult demands. It had to be completed (from design to delivery) in less time than previous models had been; it had to be produced at less cost and be fuel efficient beyond any aircraft in the air; it had to meet very high customer performance expectations and it had to please the pilots who would fly it. These Houston employee benefit company demands did not have clear, or in some cases, even available answer. More than two hundred teams participated in the design, engineering, manufacture, and assembly of the Boeing 777, however, and the results redefined not only the Boeing fleet, up the process by which air frames could be delivered.


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