How Major Companies Motivate Their Employees

Posted on Oct 17 2014 - 9:21am by Alexandra Ashton

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Motivating your employees often is not an easy task but a challenging problem that requires a lot of time. It is not easy to know how to provide the most positive work environment while ensuring the productivity of your company at the same time. However, to make your company successful, your workers need to be motivated enough to perform a good job. Many employees choose to motivate their employees with money but that is not the greatest idea. Yes, getting a raise will make them happy but that is not enough. Your employees want to know that you appreciate their effort and that you think they do a good job. Take your time to think about hard work of your employees and show them that you appreciate them. Did you know that ensuring positive work environment can make a huge difference when it comes to maintaining the successful business?

Being employed in one of the mayor tech company is not a boring task. Did you know that Google employees have free food, free ride and on – site fitness on their work? If you think that is amazing you should hear the rest of the perks Google employees get. You don’t have to leave your dog at house, you can bring it to work with you. Do you know which mayor tech firm offers paid day – care? If you want your business to be that amazing, you should use Facebook as role model. Motivating your employees with paid day – care is an excellent ways to keep your employees motivated because they will work better if they know their baby is in a safe hands and that is not far away. This will make them less worried on a workplace. In this infographic you will find more about how mayor tech companies motivate their clients.

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Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.