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Employer Branding

Throughout the past decades it was observed that the concept of employee engagement has been given a high amount of thought. Organisations tend to identify new ways of increasing employee engagement and satisfaction in order to retain their employees. With the integration of HR and marketing the emergence of ‘Employer Branding’ has made a massive impact on the functioning of organisations across the world.

employee motivation

More often than not we hear people complimenting or complaining about an individual or a team at the workplace regarding tasks assigned to them. When an individual performs well, everyone will appreciate the good work while the failure or inability in performing a task will be condemned or not accepted. What we forget is that we all are human and everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses. Failing to understand this will cause you more harm than an individual who is underperforming.

employee motivation

The basic motivational tool used by most employers during the past few decades has been monetary benefits and this has been working effectively until the recent years. The dawn of modern technology and globalization has changed employee behaviors and their ideas of motivation. Presently a large percentage of employees consider monetary benefits as secondary and look towards various different aspects for their engagement at the workplace. This is a problem mainly faced by lower level employees. It is observed that many organisations provide good financial benefits for their employees but still witness a low productivity and high turnover. In order to overcome this situation it is effective for employers to consider Maslow’s need hierarchy and provide alternative motivational tools also known as non-monetary motivational techniques. Mentioned below are some effective motivational techniques that could help an organisation:

remote global workforce

Looking back at the way things were 10 years ago, what was normal took a different outlook than what it is today. The working hours to the work atmosphere had more of a systematic structure where a boardroom meeting and an official email was the more conventional and efficient way of doing things. Although things take a different approach now as technology enters into a typical day of work, changing the way things were carried out from communication to work processes. Having a remote global workforce becomes an option for many organisations to consider when it comes to acquiring unique talent to fit the requirements. Although managing them all becomes a matter of knowing the right tools to use at the right time. Here are tips to help you along the way.