I am just a employee but I am trying to think how employers or managers take following into account and how they address them.
- Employee A starts working at company 999, they work really hard for 3 years... doing extra hours and all that... doing there 110% but then they stop doing the extra bits and get back to normal routine or feel like they can slow down a bit. Or it all just happens naturally. How companies see drop in performance in these case scenarios ?
How do companies deal with fluctuation in productivity over years, naturally or determinately for employees ?
If someone has set a high standard of themselves by working extra like thinking about processes and bugs after work, or staying late etc. in comparison to other individuals or learning about new technologies in there own time at work.
Then after few years they have a family they can only work as a regular employee there performance will be just like any other (apart from people who put in their own time to get stuff done).