HR & Admin

Recognition/Attention. We should recognized our employees on accomplish of give task. Which will definitely motivate our employees to give more towards company.

One-on-One Discussion and problem identification. : One to one discussion defiantly strengthen the interpersonal relation which will help to understand the specific areas to develop and will encourage our employee to free work also the will realize how much you care.

Training. Training is not only for the development of our employee also increase certain satisfactory level of individual employee. Also this is one of the biggest area to motivate employee as its seems company also looking for personal growth.

Career Path/ CBCP: Your employees need to know what is potentially ahead for them, what opportunities there are for growth. This issue is a sometimes forgotten ingredient as to the importance it plays in the overall motivation of people.

Also the same is sending a very positive message to everyone’s that there are indeed further career opportunities within organization.

Leadership Roles. Give the people leadership roles to reward their performance and also to help you identify future promotable people. Most people are stimulated by leadership roles even in spot appearances.

A great place to hand out leadership roles is to allow our people to lead brief meetings. The same can be by setting up "tune up" training sessions and let one of your employees lead the training. The best time to do this is when new people start.

Applause. A form of recognition yes, but a very specific form. Physically applaud your people by giving them a round of applause for specific achievements. Where? When? The answer is wherever and whenever. At meetings or company-sponsored social gatherings, a luncheon, or in the office. At the end of a shift, before a shift, and whenever possible in the middle of a shift.

Using plaques or trophies is another effective way of applauding your people. Although "wooden applause" is often successfully used in the form of Employee of the Month plaques, more creative ideas are sorely underutilized. Take the time to be creative, matching special accomplishments with unique awards.

Good Work Environment and Atmosphere: In today’s era of our industry, the work environment and atmosphere is one of the major constant particular at project site. We can set up model site office including the furniture and fixture where they (Site People) will be comfortable. Once we will taken care of environment the atmosphere will adopted by tem itself.

Social Gatherings. Scheduled offsite events enhance bonding which in turn helps team spirit, which ultimately impacts our positive work environment. Interaction will be more better , understanding improvement also will be in place.

Team Spirit. Have a picture taken on your entire staff (including you!), have it enlarged and hang it in a visible spot. Most people like to physically see themselves as part of a group or team.

People driving to reach goals together definitely enhance team spirit solely because they must lean upon others and be prepared to be leaned on.

One very effective idea for me has been building a collage of creative ideas with the "Team" theme. All employees are responsible for submitting a phrase referring to TEAM on a weekly rotation. Each of these ideas (such as TEAM: Total Enthusiasm of All Members or There is no I in Team) is placed on a wall, creating a collage of Team-oriented phrases. Don't have one person responsible for it as a team.

Casual Dress Day. Establish pre-vacation casual days for each individual employee to enjoy on the day before his or her vacation/ holiday and will be join proactively after the same with fresh enthuse.

Job Titles. Self-esteem of people is one of the basic need of human being as we have read in our Hr course. Be creative as you think of possibilities for titles. Have your staff come up with ideas giving them input into the titles. Bottom line, you are dealing with pride...and pride enhances a positive attitude...and a positive attitude is the foundation for continuing success.

Executive Recognition. This is the secret weapon. And like any secret weapon, timing is most critical. If this is used too often the value is diminished. And if it is used only for special occasions and rare achievements the value is escalated. We talked earlier about general recognition and the positive impact that has on your people. That will go up a few notches when it comes from an executive. Some of the same vehicles can be used here such as memos and voice mail. To add yet another level of stimulation, have an executive either personally call to congratulate someone (or a group) or even show up in person to shake hands and express his or her appreciation.

Outside Seminars. Outside seminars are a stimulating break. Because outside seminars are not always cost efficient for most people, consider on-site seminars or workshops for our staff. Use outside seminars as a contest prize for one or two people. Then set up a structured plan for those seminar attendees to briefly recreate the seminar to the rest of your people when they return. Now everyone gets educated for the price of one.

Additional Responsibility. There are definitely employees in our organization who are begging for and can handle additional responsibility. Our job as managers is to identify who they are and if possible match responsibilities to their strengths and desires.

Last but not in least: The pay package, which one of the baggiest area particular for project personnel like site allowance , hard ship allowance and others allows to motivate them.

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That is an elaborate sharing and covers a multitude of options. Definitely useful the HR who are desperately seeking ways and means to keep the employees motivated. Tweaking some of the ideas could also generate more options for one to tailor & implement effectively, at the work place.
Good Sharing

From India, Mumbai
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