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Employer branding, work-life balance & motivation: 5 tips for happier employees

Due to the shortage of skilled workers, IT specialists today can choose where they want to work. If you do not like your current job, you will easily find a new one. But what happens Company attractive in the long term? Companies that follow these five tips can help create a better work environment and keep employees in the business through greater satisfaction.

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5 Tips for more employee satisfaction

Money is not everything - flexible working time models and a balanced one Work-Life Balance promote the Motivation of the workforce and increase satisfaction. 5 tips how to do it.

  1. Further Training for all employees: Companies should offer their employees good, individual training opportunities across all hierarchical levels. In this way, they not only promote their qualifications, but also show appreciation. According to a current study by Oracle, only 19 percent of the non-managerial employees surveyed in Germany found that their further education and training measures are tailored to their development plan - this causes dissatisfaction among the ranks of non-managers. To counteract this, it is important that further training offers are aimed at all levels of the workforce.
  2. Regular exchange: Appreciation for one another is also important for the satisfaction of the workforce. This also includes exchanges with superiors, as 31 percent of employees feel that they have been in continuous dialogue with their superiors over the past six months Executive stood, more connected to their company, as the “Gallup Engagement Index” study puts it - an above-average result. Companies should regularly use this opportunity to pay tribute to employees.
  3. Work-life balance: This is how job and private life fit under one roof: Generation Y of today's 18- to 35-year-olds attach great importance to the compatibility of work and private life. These include, for example, flexible working time models and the option to work in Home Office to work. Childcare offers also play an important role. It is twice as worthwhile for companies to ensure a good work-life balance. Because it not only helps employees to be more satisfied, but also ensures that they remain motivated and productive.
  4. Feel good at work: Conversely, health may even suffer if work and private life are not compatible. A lack of balance between work and free time can trigger dissatisfaction and strain the psyche of employees. A lack of attention and recognition from supervisors can exacerbate this. This is confirmed by the study “Great Place to Work Health Index 2015”. Companies with a health-promoting workplace culture, on the other hand, have 30 percent fewer sick days than other employers. Even with small deeds, companies can create a pleasant working atmosphere in which employees feel good and stay healthy. For example, free fruit and drinks, offers for regenerative sport during the lunch break, prevention courses for coping with stress, back training and project days with lectures on the subject of health. Company sports teams not only promote health, but also team spirit. If you prefer to train alone or on special equipment, you will be happy about a cooperation between the employer and a fitness studio - because a lower membership fee for employees increases the motivation for sports.
  5. Variety offer: Whether different projects or short stays in other departments - variety in the job increases satisfaction, this is also what the "Gallup Engagement Index" means. In international companies, a temporary job in a foreign branch offers an insight into a different work culture. This investment often also gives the young employees an appreciation for the company, which in turn benefits from the experience that the employees gain there. In addition, they can find out which department suits them best and which one they are best suited to or where their future career path in the company should lead. In this way, you directly define the right job within the company for you.

Summary

In times of skilled labor, an important task of the personnel department is to keep and motivate qualified employees through positive incentives within the company. This is achieved, for example, with good opportunities for further education across all hierarchical levels, flexible working time models, offers for a health-promoting workplace culture, open discussions and variety.

In addition to the five aspects mentioned above, there are of course many other approaches that contribute to the satisfaction of employees, such as bonuses for special achievements or good career opportunities. The key is to create an atmosphere in which employees feel valued and comfortable.

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