A Guide to Improving Worker Productivity

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A Guide to Improving Worker Productivity
  1. Reward Your Employees

It is important to develop a feedback system. If your employees do an excellent job, you can reward them. For instance, if our employees engage with our wiki, we reward them. Therefore, if your employees meet your business goals, you need to reward them for their performance. In fact, schools use “badges” to motivate their students. If your workers commit to specific tasks, reward them.

  1. Trust Your Employees

If your employees know you completely trust them and you depend on them, they are more likely to work hard. They can even feel more confident. If you trust them, they will do the best job. In fact, you will not have to supervise them to do a perfect job.

 3. Set Small Weekly Goals

If you have big goals, do not just focus on those big goals. It is much better to set smaller goals and focus on them. It is much easier to get 100 new customers every week than to make a billion in one year. If your team achieves your weekly goals, you can reward the team with a party, an afternoon off, etc. Track time 24 can help you to set goals for your team that they can achieve. Set realistic goals. If you have realistic goals, your team will work extra hard to achieve your goal.

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  1. Give Your Team a Purpose

Give your team a purpose to motivate them. Make sure your employees understand your purpose. If they believe in your vision, they are more likely to execute strongly. If they understand your purpose and the vision of your business, they will know how they fit into the picture. Having a strong purpose can motivate your employees.

  1. Radiate Positivity

If you remain positive in your office, your employees will remain positive. If you are enthusiastic, your employees can feed off your positive energy. It is even great to play some games, joke around, have fun and play music in your office. If your employees work hard, they deserve to play hard too. Radiating positivity can motivate your employees. 

  1. Be Transparent

If you want your employees to completely trust you, you have to be honest with them. If they ask you questions or ask for feedback, you have to be completely honest with them. You can even include your employees in big decisions. Including them in some of your big decisions can make them commit to the growth of your business. If you are honest with your employees, they are more likely to become loyal to your company.

  1. Motivate Individual Employees

Using aligned incentives can help the people in your team to work hard towards the same goal. It is even better to motivate individual employees in the team. The individuals should know the benefits of working together to achieve the same goal. If the individuals in your team are highly motivated, your team is more likely to achieve great things.

  1. What Makes Your Employees Tick?

There are some things employees do not like to do and they love to do some things. Knowing what each individual likes to do, you can assign them the correct job. Therefore, you can meet individual employees and ask for their ideas to know what they would love to do. Perhaps they’d like the option for a gym membership or for you to take part in a cycle to work scheme. In addition, you need to respect the non-work time and personal schedules of your employees. Do not stop them from working on their personal goals.

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