What can the employers do to increase the loyalty of its employees?
This is a good question. A simple thank you or acknowledgement of someone's dedication or performance is very good and costs absolutely nothing to the employer. Paying more money or offering bonuses for specific tasks such as saving the company a certain amount of money or bringing in a certain amount of revenue show the employees that earning more is possible without leaving the company or having to study for another degree to get a promotion.
Thank you Express10 for being the first to answer. I do agree with you totally but there are 2 situations - (1) Employers know this and don't practice always (2) Employers practice but the results are not great. Any comments?
Perhaps it is the very people and culture of the workplace in some situations that may need to be changed? Employers have a lot on their plate however, it's only logical that they make employee loyalty a priority but many don't seem to care.
There has to be a standard for the employees to work toward. It has to be consistent for each employee.
Companies can't be rigid for some employees and flexible for others.
Employers have to make their employees feel appreciated.
This is a problem in many places, and really the employer is at fault most generally. It's really not hard to get loyalty. The employer just needs to be fair, reward good work, listen to the employee suggestions as they usually have a better idea of what works and what doesn't. Address issues that causes disgruntled employees . Where I work that's about all it takes and we give 150%. unfortunately supervisors have most of the control keeping Administration in the dark, and the logical does not happen. What do we get, a huge turn over lots of call ins, abuse of sick leave, lack of devotion. SIGH……. welcome to the real world.
I've seen employers try many things to increase loyalty among their employees. The most effective is to pay fairly. Next I think, is flexibility (telecommuting, family leave, flexible hours.) Then it's always nice to see your employer make every attempt to make your working experience easier: free parking, on-site daycare, fewer hours during holidays.
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