employee motivation

Is Your Hiring Process Getting the Attention It Deserves

Is Your Hiring Process Getting the Attention It Deserves?

The hiring process is a series of steps designed to recruit and select candidates for a specific job position.

All steps are important, and the success of hiring depends on how well this process is designed and conducted.

It’s like an instrument itself. If, for example, you have a low-quality phone, the overall experience with that phone will not be satisfying. You can’t expect to hire great people for your company if the instrument you use doesn’t have the necessary components to achieve that.

Why Asking For Employee Feedback Is The Best Way To Improve Employee Motivation

Why Asking For Employee Feedback Is The Best Way To Improve Employee Motivation

When you ask for feedback from an employee with the purpose of finding out that person’s motivational drivers, you’ll identify only that particular person’s motivational drivers. And this is all you need to improve or maintain that specific person’s level of motivation over time. Statistics results can’t do that. 

Not all employees are motivated by the same things.

Crafting Motivational Employee Goals blog post

Crafting Motivational Employee Goals

Goals serve as a roadmap for employees, providing direction and purpose in their role. When employees have clear goals, they are more likely to be engaged, focused, and committed to achieving results. Furthermore, goals create a sense of accountability, encouraging employees to take ownership of their work and performance.

Workplace Equity Challenges And Solutions

Workplace Equity: Challenges And Solutions

Equity it is one of the primary factors correlated with job satisfaction and employee motivation.

Equity in the workplace refers to the fair and just distribution of opportunities, resources, rewards, and responsibilities among all employees, regardless of their background, characteristics, or identities.

Challenging Workplace Stereotypes

From Bias to Balance: Challenging Workplace Stereotypes

When we make incorrect assumptions about others, we can hire or promote the wrong person, distribute responsibilities in a way that is inequitable or inefficient, or make unfair decisions that lead to employee frustrations and lower motivation, among other things. Also, if we allow team members to judge each other or act based on false beliefs, their relationships will suffer and the work environment will not be safe and supportive. Of course, this will affect their motivation and work results.