Be aware that the work-life balance is important for the happiness and well-being of your employees. If you can accommodate this at a certain or important moment, your employees will appreciate it and be motivated to do more.
2 – Gamify Tasks
Meeting objectives for a business can overtime become a bit samey for employees, even if it is part of their job. At times, they’ll need an extra incentive on top of their usual salary and perks. There is nothing wrong with adding a bit of gamification into every day or even unique one-off tasks. By making a game of it, the task becomes competitive, whether it’s against each other, or as a team, providing an objective or a goal adds to the desire to achieve it.
3- Their Place in the Bigger Picture
When you are an employee working on individual tasks and objectives it can be hard to see where you fit in the overall strategy.
Make sure you inform your employees how they fit into the company’s primary goals and are actively helping them. By giving them a clear vision of their purpose and the bigger picture, will ensure that they know they are a valuable part of the organisation.
4 – Open Door and Honesty
It seems obvious to say it, but your employees are human beings and like any human beings, they want to be treated with respect and decency. So, organisations that tend to operate with an open-door policy when it comes to communication and honesty, get the most out of their employees.<