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Every organization or a company goes through torrid times in managing their employees.


As a large workforce and different teams in different departments, you will find some people extremely happy and satisfied with their work while some being at the height of their frustration. People who are genuinely frustrated are the real nuisance. This is because not only they kill their own productivity, but also the people relying on their work to be completed on a certain scale and within the certain time. This means the entire organizational process will slow down.

Companies try everything to ensure and manage employee productivity. They do their best in giving incentives to arranging to train yet often they really fail to achieve high productivity till the last employee of the organization. This is largely because of most companies, according to a study in the U.S believe the lack of productivity is the fault on the employee’s part all the time. However, what has been noticed is, in most cases, the ill-effects of management and lack of care is what is leading to all the frustration and poor productivity levels at work. Today’s blog is going to speak about some of the best management practices to improve employee productivity at work.

Design an economic benefit for every employee, including the ones at junior and lower level

Where it is the nature of organizations to reward their most respectable management, people who directly contribute to the company, are the face of the company outside and have been loyal to it. It is also important to reward people who are at low level. The feeling of inequality is the biggest reason for disconnect amongst teams. Management within an organization should create such rewards and policies that their justification to reward exceptionally their important workforce remains the same, but it creates an illusion that others are not left out as well.

Providing a constructive criticism

Most management at even the best organizations treat their junior staff with rants and unnecessary judgment calls. This creates a level of low self-esteem and poor confidence which can have an impact on productivity. Always make sure you provide constructive criticism and if there is a problem, talk to that employee in a one on one conversation. Hide the mistakes of your employees and give them the confidence to grow.

Respect employees as individuals

Your organization’s culture should be such that senior management should not treat junior employees as some piece of filth. There should be equal respect among both sets of the workforce. This strengthens the trust and bond amongst all the team members, whether senior or junior.

Provide all kinds of support

Organizations at the top levels have a culture of support. Whether it’s your cleaner who needs help in trying to sort some problem or your chief financial officer. The doors of relevant people to solve problems and help others should never be closed to anyone. This is what true and aspiring leaders are all about; they lead from the front and take care of their entire workforce.

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