How To Motivate Your Employees

How To Motivate Your Employees
How To Motivate Your Employees
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Kumar Sunil

Kumar Sunil

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Did you notice that your employees lack motivation? In such cases, it is important to resolve the situation as soon as possible in order to avoid further costs and profitability issues. Consider employees’ opinions and make them feel meaningful and valuable in the company. Through this article, I will tell you how to motivate your employees.

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1Do not drive through fear and intimidation

Fear can motivate employees, but only for a short period of time. Ultimately, driving through fear and intimidation will do more harm than good. After a certain time, employees will be revolted, frustrated and willing to leave the company.

Beware of such an approach, especially when employees are younger or new because they are more rebellious and more willing to change their job. Trust me, employees would prefer to leave the company rather than being treated inappropriately and driven by fear. Even if the current economic situation prevents many employees from quitting their jobs, but fear will not make them more productive.

2Never break your promises

Never break your bonuses or benefits promises. I have seen many employers use this as a solution to motivate their employees. But, this technique is not going to work in the long run. You will gradually lose your credibility and respect.

The next time you try to motivate them using the same method, they will never believe you. Therefore, it is better to not to make any promises.

3Do not hide important information

Employees will immediately lose their motivation if they feel that you are hiding some information that is closely related to them. To be motivated, they must feel that they are part of an organization in which their rights are respected. Even if you have a new vision or strategy, share the important details with the whole team.

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4Thank them constantly for your effort

When you don’t make your employees feel that their work is important, you cannot expect 100% input from them. Always thank your employees for their work and achievements. Any employee will be more motivated to do extra work when he knows his work is properly reconsidered.

5Consider all employee suggestions

If you never accept employee suggestions, will cease to contribute, will feel incomprehensible, and will not be motivated to work. They won’t suggest you anything and will withdraw themselves from giving suggestions.

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As an employer, you need to keep these things in mind. These may sound like something you can negotiate as an employer, but in reality, you cannot. There is no use of hiring a person, who is not motivated at all. He is no way going to be an asset to your company.

Always remember, retention rate and company’s goodwill are two closely related parameters.