Maintaining office morale through employee reward and recognition programs shouldn't only be a footnote in business operations - it should be a priority.
Maintaining office morale through employee reward and recognition programs shouldn't only be a footnote in business operations – it should be a priority.
While the economic struggles of the past four years have caused many companies to focus more on how to boost wavering revenues and get by with less, it's also resulted in a diminished attentiveness to worker needs and well-being.
However, according to The Salt Lake City Tribune, as the markets strengthen, it's time for firms to monitor staff member engagement more closely, especially in the wake of structural or compensatory changes.
One simple way to improve employee motivation is by opening the channels of communication and shedding light on the health of the company and its outlook for the future, the news source suggests. While the information shared may not always be positive, acknowledging the inner workings of the firm will build trust among senior personnel and staff members.
Businesses can also implement incentive initiatives that recognize employees for milestones, including an anniversary with the company or a major project successfully completed.