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How To Keep Your Employees Happy With You - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

How To Keep Your Employees Happy With You


As a business owner, you may find it difficult to connect with employees at times. You may feel lost on how to keep them happy with your company while still ensuring peak work performance. While some workers simply may not be the right fit for your organization, there are some steps that can help keep talented employees satisfied at work. These include offering fair wages, having a bonus system in place and creating a culture of honest communication and improvement. When staff are happy with the work environment, the entire business operates more smoothly.

Pay Them Fairly

At the end of the day, employees come to work to make money. While there is no need to go into debt by paying your employees astronomical salaries, paying them fairly for education and experience level can go a long way in increasing employee satisfaction. Research fair wages for job functions that you require, and base your pay rates off of that.

Another side of paying employees fairly is paying them on time. No one wants to work for a boss who is inconsistent with pay dates or is unorganized with payroll. Enhancing your business with programs that keep your payroll neat or generate pay stub will be much appreciated by your employees. They will not have to fear being paid incorrectly or later than expected. 

Offer Incentives and Raises

If an employee shows a drive to help your business thrive and consistently goes above and beyond expected job performance, perhaps it is time for a pay increase. By rewarding an employee for a job well done, you can show that his or her hard work does not go unnoticed and potentially increase overall job satisfaction. This can also benefit your business as a whole; when other employees see that those who perform well are rewarded, there should be an increase in overall job performance across all boards.

Offering incentives and bonuses can be a great motivator as well. When employees have a clear goal to work towards (especially financial), work becomes less mundane and more exciting. This is especially true when you make goals achievable. If workers feel that the goal is too out of reach, morale can drop. If they feel that the goal is just within reach, though, they will likely push just a little harder to get the job done. 

Create a Positive Work Culture

Few people enjoy coming to work with unfriendly, standoffish coworkers. When you have employees spreading negative messages, the overall office morale drops considerably. By feeding a culture that focuses on positivity rather than things going wrong, employees are likely to feel better about coming to work. No one wants to stay at a job that he or she dreads coming to, so having a fun, productive place to work can do wonders in keeping employees happy.

Listen to Feedback and Make Improvements

Lastly, do not be afraid to listen to feedback from employees and use that knowledge to constantly improve your company. Do not automatically dismiss what they have to say, as it is often difficult for an employee to approach the boss in the first place. Respecting your workers' opinions and showing them that you are willing to take their suggestions under consideration can make them feel appreciated and valued. While you do not have to let your employees make every single decision about your business, their input can often be valuable to you.

Wanting to keep your employees happy in their work shows that you are a dedicated boss who wants the best not only for the business but also for the people behind it. One of the most foolproof ways to find out what keeps your employees happy with you is to simply ask them. You may find that there are just a few simple changes you can make to create a workplace full of positivity and a great work ethic. 


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