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3 Ways to Make Your Business More Productive - Brett Clawson - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

3 Ways to Make Your Business More Productive

Employee morale has been a common talking point in recent years, as it can have a profound effect on productivity in the workplace, for better or for worse. This means that the well being of employees should be a priority in any company, but it can be difficult to ascertain what changes may need to be made in order to achieve higher morale around the office and higher productivity as a result. Here are some recommendations on how to approach employee well being.

Health Consciousness

A healthier body is a happier body, and that means that physical well being is an important component of workplace morale. However, it’s simply not feasible for an employer to be able to guarantee that their employees are taking care of themselves. That being said, promoting physical wellness is certainly within the realm of possibility. For starters, you can install an on site gym or give employees access to gym memberships at no cost or a reduced cost in order to give them more affordable access to the means with which to take care of themselves effectively. Likewise, you can supply your employees with health and wellness oriented gifts periodically to encourage better life choices. High impact whey protein ingredients can help your employees make better use of that gym membership, or even to simply pursue fitness on their own time, and the same can be true of weight loss.

Mental Health

There is a notable relationship between physical health and mental health, and that’s a relationship that goes both ways. Taking care of one’s body helps to improve one’s mental health, as well, so even simple exercise can drastically improve an individual’s mood. However, poor mental health can cause bodily repercussions, as well, so it’s important to tackle well being from both angles. For example, a couple of known symptoms of depression are fatigue and random aches, so it’s important for your employees to be mentally stable in addition to physically fit. One way that this can direct changes within the workplace is simply taking mental health emergencies seriously


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Panic attacks and dissociation are mental in nature, but it’s not all in your employees’ heads. Panic attacks have physical symptoms not dissimilar to those of a heart attack, hence the similar nomenclature, and dissociation can prevent the victim from accomplishing basic tasks. Work itself can play into mental illness, as well, as it can often seem fruitless to work 40 hours a week without some kind of personal attachment to the work you do, so it can also be helpful to make the work itself more meaningful to employees by sharing the positive effects that their efforts are having.

Incentives

As mentioned above, incentives can be used to bolster the morale around the office, but it can also be in a less targeted form. For example, one great way to incentivize workers is to offer bonuses. This tactic is common around the winter holidays in many businesses, but it can be applied more liberally in smaller, more frequent doses to bolster the effect. However, it can also be used as an incentive specifically for meeting certain performance thresholds, motivating workers to give the job their all. Another potential incentive is paid vacation time. While this is again something that some businesses already utilize, it can be discouraging for many workers to not have vacation time as a result of not being able to take time off of work in which to enjoy such a thing. Paid vacation time can alleviate this problem, giving employees much needed time away without the need for them to sacrifice their much needed income.

 

Creating a productive environment can be difficult, at least conceptually. However, there are proven strategies that can help you do just that by improving the working experience of your workers in small ways here and there. Using these recommendations, you can improve employee morale immensely and cultivate a more motivated workforce in the process.

 

Publish Date: August 20, 2020 7:39 AM

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