- Encourage Open Communication
A private survey showed that 81% of 1,000 surveyed workers chose open, honest communication over perks like a free gym membership, etc.
- Remove Cliques
Research by CareerBuilder found that 43% of workers in the US believed that workplace cliques harmed the overall employee morale.
- Show Appreciation
A study reported by Harvard Medical School summarized that employees who received verbal appreciation performed almost 50% better than those who did not.
- Develop a Culture of Trust
Gallup’s meta-analysis of decades’ worth of data that about 55% of CEOs think that a lack of trust is a threat to their organization’s growth.
- Give Everyone a Chance
Allowing people a voice in how they work and collaborate with colleagues gives them the autonomy they psychologically crave
- Get to Know Your Employees
Leading organizations realize that management needs to understand employees and their expectations since employees are indeed the lifeline of an organization.
- Meaningful Dialogue
A modern survey revealed that 84% of Millennials said they would rather be employed by a firm where there is an open communication policy
- Have a positive Attitude
Positive wok environment encourages employees for collaborative projects and teamwork, increasing profitability.
- Use Incentives
Incentives compel employees to strongly commit to work goals and motivate them to achieve them.
- Embrace an Open Door Policy
Openness maintains employee morale and reduces employee turnover.