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Five Top Tips: For a happy and productive workforce
Five Top Tips:
For a happy and
In our industry, it's never been more important to value diversity and inclusion
among your workforce. A broader range of people mean a richer, deeper pool of
talent at your disposal.
However, making sure your rich talent-pool keeps fresh, creative and happy is an
Here, we offer our top five tips to making sure you run a happy ship where every
employee is determined to sail towards success.
. . .
Even if your business relies heavily
upon processes or technology, ensure
you value and maintain talent. Talented
people can think on their feet and offer
a different perspective when there are
problems to be solved.
1. Talent matters
The value of your employees
should appreciate with time.
Investing in your employees
now will keep paying
dividends for years to come.
Training, covering certification
fees and sponsoring your
people to attend industry
events are all valuable and will
return ROI rapidly.
‘Health and safety’ might be the butt of multiple jokes but, for you and you
employees they’re no joke. As well as ensuring you’re not financially liable for any
personal indiscretions, the very presence of a well thought out, rigorous policy
reassures your workforce that they’re safe, valued and respected as part of an
ethical and responsible team.
3. Ensure your health & safety
procedures are ship-shape
4. People need
Rehiring and retraining staff is far
more costly than retaining a happy
workforce. It’s also extremely wise
to make sure there’s a listening ear
available for anyone with ideas,
suggestions and opinions. Create a
positive culture, develop skills and
make sure your business welcomes
diversity and embraces input. Offering
constructive feedback, good benefits
and structured career paths are all
good pathways towards retaining staff
and keeping resentment at bay.
Never assume your staff know what’s expected from them. Without
clarity, optimum performance will rarely occur. You might think
something is self-evident to staff but without clarification from you,
there will always be grey areas and guesswork. Set and agree individual
and collective targets. Also be sure to praise and reward your staff when
targets are met and exceeded.
5. Communicate performance