Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Driving Employees Satisfaction beyond Their Works

It’s a great challenge for the companies, to mention few of them, especially some of SEO Consulting Services firm that appoints number of staffs, on how they’re going to treat their employees which will contribute to them good performance and at the same time are satisfied to their works.

Most of the working people or the employees nowadays derive satisfaction from having some control over their working environment. They prefer to work in an environment where they feel comfortable with their colleagues and supervisors that will lead into an enjoyable job that will allow them to work independently for much of the time. But beyond that, the main reason most people seek employment is for the monetary compensation which is a vital aspect of all jobs that employees need most.

In its simplest terms, employee’s competence is their ability to get the job done. Their abilities to set priorities, to separate the relevant from the irrelevant tasks, and then to concentrate single-minded until the job is complete.

For the Wages                 

In view of the fact, that most of the employees of today’s generation are so demanding about their works in order for them to support their living. It may be part of working but the promotion and increment of salary do not ensure that all of the employees are satisfied in an organization. They need to work at their optimum level to have the most job satisfaction where they can fairly presents new challenges and some changes to keep constantly engaged with their works.

For their Stance 
Employees have attitudes or viewpoints about many aspects of their jobs, their careers, and their organizations. However, from the perspective of research, the most focal employee attitude is job satisfaction. Thus, referring to employee attitudes also are specific focus will concern job satisfaction.

Job satisfaction is defined as “a pleasurable or positive emotional state resulting from the appraisal of one’s job or job experience. The importance of both affect, or feeling, and cognition, or thinking, when we think, we have feelings about what we think. Conversely, when we have feelings, we think about what we feel. Cognition and affect are thus inextricably linked, in our psychology and even in our biology. Thus, when evaluating our jobs, as when we assess most anything important to us, both thinking and feeling are involved.” (Locke, 1976)

Being involved in the decision making, autonomy in planning about the employees’ work made to feel that he or she is part of the big picture of the company. Thus, the workers really want is meaningful work that stretches them beyond their current abilities and goals that will force them to learn new skills and work hard at the same time.


For their Ideal Workplace
They say that it is very important that employers know what their employees need to be satisfied on the job and make every effort to fill those needs well. A great workplace also attracts the loyal and dedicated applicants in the first place. 

The bottom line is that the more satisfied your employee, is the better chance you have to retain them as a productive, loyal staff member who makes your job easier. By managing your workplace in a way that meets your employee’s needs, you can keep them happy for a long time and save yourself the time 
and money to find something new.
 If you pay attention to these ten things employees want in a job, you will have a real opportunity to create a team of inspired and highly engaged employees. That's good news for your employees and for your career.

Give your employees a clear understanding of their roles, responsibilities and objectives. Do this one on one and with the team.
Always remember, this isn't a one-time event. Do it periodically through the year: monthly to quarterly. Conducting performance reviews only once a year doesn't cut it today. Most performance problems come from a lack of clear expectations or goals and a lack of recognition.

Try to keep in touch with this line: “There are only three measurements that tell you nearly everything you need to know about your organization’s overall performance: employee engagement, customer satisfaction, and cash flow. It goes without saying that no company, small or large, can win over the long run without energized employees who believe in the mission and understand how to achieve it.”  Jack Welch

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