Business owners and managers are making every effort to keep their staff motivated from saying, “Great work,” to a more extravagant and fancy rewards and incentive programs.
Unfortunately, a one size fits all approach does not work when it comes to productivity. It requires the use of different strategies to keep your business moving in the right direction.
Some of the best companies go to great lengths to ensure that their employees are positively motivated to be productive, but this is easier said than done. Many companies invest most of their time researching and developing strategies on big initiatives but fail to notice some cost-effective ways to step-up productivity.
The drawback with productivity initiatives like cost, time, and complexity is that they are predisposed to be strategic and long-term in nature for it to be successful. While this is a great investment, non-cash motivators can be more effective.
Employee benefits do not have to be expensive. Often, it is the smallest things you do that have the biggest impact.
Smart companies know that vending machines can work wonders in the workplace. Statistics show that 25 percent of employees spend at least 15 minutes to go out of the office to buy refreshments. And, 80 percent of employees say that a vending machine would lessen the need to leave the office during breaks. By providing quality snacks and refreshments at work, it encourages employees to stay on site, thus, giving them more time to enjoy the break they deserve.
Your employees are the ones that deal with your clients and customers every day – engage them, and your people will be happier.
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