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Policies, Procedures & SafeguardsSeptember 27, 2016
What motivates you to go to work each day? Is it the sense of having a purpose, the act of working towards a goal, autonomy or is it your amazing colleagues and work environment?
How much of it is because you are rewarded for doing so?
As an employer, the responsibility sits with you to ensure your employees’ feel motivated and fulfilled, which in turn allows them to truly succeed at their work.
So how do you as an employer achieve this?
In a recent survey, results showed that the best way to ensure your staff work to the best of their abilities is all through employee incentives.
In June 2015, Employsure conducted a client survey with the results revealing the best ways to retain staff. From 461 results, the top two methods for retaining and incentivising staff were providing flexible working arrangements and awarding pay increases and bonuses. This goes to show employers need to find the happy medium between personal and financial incentives.
What is the best method for retaining staff? Survey respondents stated the following.
Most effective method – % of employers
Employsure’s top tips for retaining staff.
Employsure can answer any questions you have relating to employment obligations and health and safety. Call us today on 0800 675 700.