Employee motivation can be key for companies
Wednesday, 27 June 2012
Companies should try to identify what is required to meet the needs of their staff, a specialist has advised.
By doing so, businesses can benefit from employee motivation, with Kevin Friery, clinical director at Right Management Workplace Wellness, noting that the current economic climate has caused alterations in the relationship between personnel and bosses.
Mr Friery noted that firms should do their utmost to support their staff.
"By acting in this way the business achieves better productivity whilst growing and retaining talented people; in addition, good staff relationships form a cornerstone of corporate social responsibility," he explained.
The expert stressed that businesses are now carrying out more work with fewer resources, which is why such backing is important.
Workers will appreciate the support handed to them from bosses, while even the slightest recognition can help to boost their loyalty to the company, potentially causing them to decline other job offers/script>