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4 Super Suggestions For Staff Satisfaction

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Employee engagement is one of the hardest things for a business. It’s not that they don’t care about their staff, it’s just that many managers don’t know how to get to the root of what their staff really want. And many choose not to ask.

The thing is, when it comes to happy workforce, you need to know what will motivate your employees on a bigger level. Happiness comes in many forms, and you can make it happen whether you are hunting the best commercial coffee machines for sale for your staff, or you provide a rooftop garden to chill out on. Employees will always have a good attitude about a company that looks after them, and if you are smart about the way that you treat your people, they will always be on your side ensuring that your company is propelled to the dizzy heights that you want to grow it to be. Happiness among staff leads to better productivity, better motivation and a want to do the job well. They will celebrate in your successes and drive those successes home – they’ll also feel good about coming into work every day, which is exactly what you want. So, how can you have epic employee satisfaction among your staff?

Allow Control. Employees who feel like they’re in control of their future will work better in the office everyday. Employers should do what they can to ensure that their staff have an element of control, whether this is to let them control their schedules, control whether they work in the office or from home or even control how their offices look. It makes a huge difference; trust me.

Ease Stress. Careers are always a source of stress in some way or another, whether this is your staff trying to succeed or finding the commute to be harder to cope with. Allowing staff to ease their stress in any way that works for them can make a huge difference to the morale in your office.

Avoid Waste. If you are holding multiple meetings a day, it may be time to cut back and just have one. People have deadlines to hit – most of which are set by you – so you have to cut out the time-wasting that goes on in the office and allow them to hit those deadlines without much interference.

Encourage Fun. People goto their workplace for most of their week, and if they’re bored, not stimulated and in a grey, stuffy environment, they won’t be productive or motivated to work. Make the workplace fun with a games room, a gym, a breakout room, vending machines; however you can bring in something that gives the business life, you can do it.

The way that you choose to motivate your staff could vary from department to department, either way, you have to make sure that your staff feel satisfied whenever they head to work. Still feeling stuck? Ask your employees for more information about what they want. They’ll love you for that!

 

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Simon is a creative and passionate business leader dedicated to having fun in the pursuit of high performance and personal development. He is co-founder of Applied Change, a Business Change consultancy based in the UK. Simon is also an Ambassador for Gloucestershire business. Simon is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Professional Development.

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