Accountability- Employee

What is accountability?

The definition of 'employee accountability' is- the responsibility of employees to complete the tasks they are assigned, to perform the duties required by their job, and to be present for their proper shifts in order to fulfill or further the goals of the organization. If tasks are not completed and functions of the job are not performed properly, then that employee will also be responsible for dealing with the repercussions.
Examples of Accountability in the Workplace:
Employees being present for their entire required shift
Employees completing any tasks that have been designated to them
Employees being responsible for the specific duties that go along with their job
Employees being consistent in doing the right thing in all aspects pertaining to their job
Employees working together towards a common goal for the business

Why is Workplace Accountability Important?

Accountability at work is important to a business’s success as a whole. Every employee, no matter what level of seniority is equally responsible for aiding in the success of the company. In order to achieve the goals of the company, long and short term, it is important that all people within the company work together and share accountability. Employees who work together towards the same overall goal help their workplace to become more accountable, in turn make the business more productive and efficient.

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* 1. Give an example of what could happen if nobody was accountable in a work place. Write your example as a short story (approx 2-3 paragraphs)

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