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TIPS ON MOTIVATING EMPLOYEES

The self-esteem needs are satisfied by promotions, praise and recognition, added responsibility, and challenging work. At this final stage the employee is working independently, competently, productively, and has a sense of pride in performing at this level.

A manager’s job is to recognize what stage the employee is at, and to assist and encourage them to progress along the ladder to their highest level of capability. Pushing too hard may sometimes discourage and frustrate staff who may have a different learning pace. Effective use of a variety of motivation techniques will foster personal development for the employee, and in turn increase productivity and profits.

Motivation techniques
You can reduce unwanted employee turnover and the high cost of recruiting, hiring, and training new staff by shifting these costs from hiring new employees to keeping and developing experienced ones. For example, you can motivate an employee to increase productivity by providing opportunities for career development. At the same time you have improved the worker’s skills and shown recognition of the worker’s value and aspirations. There are other motivating techniques, such as delegating responsibilities and shared decision-making. Incentives such as pay increases and fringe benefits are also motivating factors.

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