Within a system, such as a company or a department of an organization must be aware that there are many employment relationships and must maintain criteria for the system to be considered healthy.
This Bert Hellinger following systemic principles described here are tailored to organizations:
Memberships Law: Every member has the right to belong to the system. The non-recognition or exclusion of a member, implications in the system so it should be a recognition of each person and each department.
Order Act: A healthy system maintains an appropriate hierarchy. The person who creates the context where others can develop and work must take precedence over these. It is important not to skip the hierarchy that exists within a company because stressful situations or created confusion for many people.
Balancing Act: In all the relations of a system must be a balance between giving and receiving. This principle is often broken when there are people with very different wage levels within a team or when someone charges a lot more or much less than it contributes to the company or department.
Keeping these three principles and caring for them is vital to have a good performance organization.