How can you be a good employer for your employees?

Being a person that is considered to be good, is certainly a challenge especially because the definition for good varies under different circumstances. When it comes to a firm, this definition becomes even more complicated depending on the firm the employer is administrating. Nonetheless, being a good boss to your employees is a must if you want to have a good work force working under you. If your firm is losing a lot of good employees, look back and think of what you might have been doing wrong.

Here are some tips to help you (if you haven’t been doing these, then you are probably considered ‘bad’ to work under!).

Being truly understanding

When it comes to the top management of a firm, they hardly have any connection with the lower level employees that are working hard to implement the plans that they have developed. This sort of disconnection doesn’t allow any work to progress ahead, especially since the lower level employees are probably working out of spite. So if you want to be a good employer to your employees make an effort to be genuinely understanding with them and their situations. Talk to them and get to know them. This would also help you understand the good and bad sides, the practical issues and whatnot of the plans you have and intend to implement.

Bring meaning to work

Working in a firm is not everything. Employees themselves don’t focus only on the money that they earn as a part of their job. They expect to find meaning and purpose in what they are doing and be able to make a change in society. So as a good employer you are expected to let them know why they should be doing what they are doing and give them opportunities to make a change. This way you would be able to easily capture their hearts and hold on to them for as long as possible without even having to go to the extent of purchasing fancy corporate gifts singapore.

Give them freedom

No one likes being constantly nagged at and being supervised. This is the same with your employees as well. Don’t ever assume that your employees are dumb and unable to do anything on their own or that if you were to let them work things out on to their own at their own pace they would be wasting time and idling. Instead give them the freedom that they require and deserve and set a deadline. This would help you get the work done when you want and the employees have the freedom to work to their own pace. It’s a win win!

Learn to say ‘Thank you’ and ‘Well done’

The best secret to holding on to employees and making sure that they work hard is to appreciate them when they are working at their best and encourage them for their efforts with a ‘Well done’! Trust me when I say that these two phrases are like the magic portions needed to make things work fast and be of the best standard!

Put these tips in to practice and experience the difference it makes in your employees and in your firm!

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*