Employee happiness and development have a significant impact on how engaged they will be in their job responsibilities. What are the main tendencies among employees in recent years that every employer should know?
If we imagine that the company is a big boat, but the employees are its rowers, then less than a third (about 30%) are very engaged and active rowers doing their best, half are rowing but not being productive and psychologically connected to it (not engaged) and approximately 20% want to leave the boat and are looking for somewhere else to row (disengaged).
Many teams often think that their employees are engaged without really understanding whether this is the case. Here’s how to really understand what’s going on in your company and make sure your team is fully engaged.
If the process is simple, consistent, and efficient, it will make a good first impression for new employees and help keep the best team members in the company.
In recent years, we can see an increase in gamification elements being implemented in various businesses, events, and programs. How and why to implement them in business, is what we are going to try to make out today.
All employees want to feel satisfied, stable, and happy in the workplace but stressful situations, busy schedules and too many responsibilities affect mental health and individual well-being.
If a manager can be an inspirator and motivator, then the manager can be also the excellent leader of the work team. However, it’s not easy to find ways for inspiration techniques.