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Employees are real assets for any company. They can make or break your business. The secret of running a successful business has a deep connection with the happiness of your employees. Their happiness will ensure you a successful business while as their unhappiness can potentially damage your business. They could return you hard work, suggestions, ideas and experiences on the condition you benefit them delightfully. Here are four tips to keep your employees motivated and engaged in your business.
Pay them salaries on time
All of us require money so that we are able to access life necessities. Delaying pay for your employees could adversely impact their performance. A high performance is necessary to keep head above the water in today’s fiercely competitive world. They have their own necessities. Your too much delay in the salaries could not keep them interested in work and thereby impact your expected business results.
Celebrate their events
Birthdays, marriage anniversaries are remembered by all including employees. If you arrange gifts and other wishes on their special events, they will get an emotional attachment with your business. They will be very hard to become brainwashed and corrupted by your jealous competitors. You should also take your employees for excursions and trips to beautiful places.
Give them Incentives
Incentives are given by all companies to their employees. Those who work hard and give best performance can become a benchmark for other employees when you provide them incentives.
Give them reward and recognition
Rewards matter and help in engaging employees for better performance. Everyone strives to create a name among peers, so do employees of a company. Everyone wants recognition and by arranging monthly and weekly reward and recognition certificates could inspire others towards showing high performances. That leads to a collective performance of a particular team of employees.