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You are asking for a world of knowledge & info. The question looks simple but not pointed. You should ask queries on specific problem or area or questions you are expected of facing them. I also don't get your point as to why there is a need for 'impressing your employees'. You should narrow down to specific problems so that it will be easy for us to give our views.
From India, Bangalore
debora-sumopayrollIt is hard to handle different mentalities of people. But as a manager or HR we need to be capable to handle them. Here are some tips to handle different mentalities of people:
1.Build a Relationship
2.Set the bar high
3.Know what's important to them
4.Quit taking things personally
OlgaTymoshenkoI hope these articles will be insightful and you'll find the answers - https://www.rallyware.com/blog/are_m...become_leaders
From Ukraine, Cherkasy
ayakkadWe have to get the actual problems faced by individuals and their grievance and accordingly we should approach
loginmiraclelogisticsHello Saritha, I have attached my response to your general query posted herein above. If there could be specific issues, members may answer them appropriately.
From India, Bangalore
rachel-stinsonFor an effective HR , there should be effective policies and rules and everyone must be treated according to them. HR should be friendly and at the same time maintain a balance between being friendly and bossy.Organization's policies and rules are the one that need to be perfect and once there is an awesome policy ,everyone should be treated according to that.And there will be no need to impress employees. All HR activities should be carried out according to the policy with zero favoritism smartly. Each employee regardless of their posts should be treated in the same way without effecting the rules and policies of the organization.
From Pakistan, Islamabad
NK SUNDARAMMotivation is like taking bath... which should be part of an organisational strategy to retain people. For doing this, one need to understand motivation theory of Maslow, very clearly. Some of the basic underlying principles are: 1. Each human being is different, there is no prototype 2. Each human's upbringing, education, culture, knowledge, skill , experience are different and vary from one another 3. Consequently, expectations from a job, role or responsibility, or benefits from management will vary from person to person. 4. Therefore, a single policy announcement from the management will not please or motivate all the employees. This has to be kept in mind 5. One need to identify the driving factors or motivation factors for each employee, which may be more salary, more responsibility, more recognition, upskilling, learning, etc etc. Therefore, it is the job of individual bosses to sit and talk to each and every employee and identify the driving factors. Then at organisational level offer a variety of initiatives to suit large number of employees, who matter the most to the organisation and whom you would like to retain for future as well. This is my two cents ! Best wishes