The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: "Allaah will show mercy to those who show mercy to people."
"Show mercy to those who are on earth-the One Who is in Heaven will show mercy to you." Sunan At-Tirmidhi
Be kind to those under your employment, be nice to the young, respect the elderly, and accomodate your mates, and Allaah will reward you.
Don't demoralize those under your authority. Be courteous to them, listen to their problems and be a helper to them..
People need to be appreciated, human soul is sacred, no one deserves to be unhappy except he who chooses to abandon Allaah.
Perhaps it is that simple act of mercy shown to the pauper that will favor you with Jannah, you never know.
I relate to you an amazing hadith relevant to the topic on the strength of Abu Hurayrah (RA) narrated by Imam Muslim. Our beloved Habib (may the peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said it so eloquently and in a captivating manner that:
"He who removes from a believer one of his difficulties of this world, Allaah will remove one of his troubles on the Day of Resurrection; and he who finds relief for a hard-pressed person, Allaah will make things easy for him on the Day of Resurrection; he who covers up (the faults and sins) of a Muslim, Allaah will cover up 9his faults and sins) in this world and in the Hereafter. Allaah supports His slave as long as the slave is supportive of his brother…."
It is cheaper to be merciful than to be oppressive..
Don't judge Allaah on that one thing He hasn't given you yet but be grateful to Him for many things He has given you.
Were the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) harsh towards his Companions, they would have dispersed away from him. But gentle and merciful was he even to his enemies.
There's no loss for a soul who is merciful to others. If he's mu'meen he gets double reward here and hereafter.
That guy that works under son hasn't done anything bad to Allaah, and you inside your office hasn't bribed Allaah. So learn to appreciate.
Don't look down on others simply because they haven't yet embraced the truth. By your kindness towards them Allaah might change them for good.
You just look at a man who in the eye of the world is highly impoverished and say salaams to him with a smile and he becomes excited.
There's pleasure in putting a smile on the face of a pauper, subhanallaah! The world rejects him and you embrace him, Allaah will embrace you.
When I drive around and see men drenched in their sweat, I say to myself, perhaps he's more beloved to Allaah than me, so I compel my ego to respect him.
Respect your parents and never back-answer them. Your salvation lies in their happiness.