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Easy Steps to Build Employee Loyalty

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Post Easy Steps to Build Employee Loyalty   Sat Aug 13, 2011 12:14 pm

Managing a business is tricky. Delivering great service to your clients while driving up the sales would be impossible if you have high employee turnover rates. Simply put, any firm or corporation cannot truly reach success if its people are always leaving for better opportunities. To make sure that you do not suffer the same fate, here are the essential things to do and to remember if you want to build employee loyalty as happy workers mean effective workers who will work with you to achieve your goals.

Rewarding Great Efforts Individually

While it is always good to give all your employees added benefits, salary raises and promotions, recognizing their individual successes will give them more reason to stay with your organization for years to come. In addition, giving out awards for specific employees who have made remarkable differences in your company is never a bad thing. If companies send marketing give-aways to customers who have given them business, why not do the same thing to your staff who stayed up late doing your reports and given you hard work? A simple gesture like giving out promotional clocks to those whose efforts are worth commending will go a long way to make your people aware that you appreciate their work.

Mentoring and Training Programs

Let us face it. Bad bosses or managers are often the reasons why people hate and then leave their jobs. Change that in your company by setting up a mentoring program wherein aspiring employees who want to further their careers can work hand in hand with superiors. This strategy can build loyalty in your office because people will have more reasons to stay with you if they truly believe that the company also cares for their individual careers and goals.

Sharing Both Good and Bad News With All Employees

Include even the rank and file employees in regular company updates. Even a simple email to all of your employees about the latest updates and changes in the organization will create a sense of unity and boost team morale. Do not withhold the not so good news as well. People stay in companies who keep in the loop of things as it involves their job security. If they sense that top management is always keeping important matters from them, they more they will look for a better company who believes in sharing and teamwork. People will always appreciate it if their companies value them as important members of the business and not just as dispensable workers.

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