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How to get your employees more engaged

One of the biggest issues for small business owners is keeping their employees engaged. Good team morale is essential to help companies reach their potential and yet it’s often overlooked. Here are our top five tips for helping your employees stay engaged.

A stable and productive workforce is what all business leaders strive for. And yet, despite its importance, employee engagement is often undervalued by bosses who don’t appreciate how influential it can be to productivity, retention, and ultimately, business success.

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Keeping your employees engaged at the office doesn’t have to be a challenge. Here are our top five tips for keeping your staff engaged in their work.

1. Promote your benefits
Your business probably has a wide range of benefits for your employees, from paid annual leave to season ticket loans. But if some of these benefits are only mentioned in the interviews or hidden away in the staff handbook, the chances are your employees won’t be engaging with them.

What should you do?
Publicise all your excellent benefits — not just at annual reviews but all year round. Make sure all the relevant information is easy to access, whether on a noticeboard or the office intranet.

2. Set out clear visions and opportunities
Employees will engage more if they understand what they are engaging with, and what it means for them. Having a clear company vision makes staff feel like they belong to your brand, while a strong culture of promoting from within helps employees envisage their growth potential within the company while helping you retain staff and expertise.

What should you do?
Come up with a company-wide vision that sets out who you are and what you do. When new opportunities do arise, encourage existing staff to apply before opening them up to new candidates.

3. Use new technologies
These days, more and more companies are using new technologies to engage with their staff. While Twitter and Instagram offer accessible options, an easy-to-use office intranet stocked with useful information is a great tool to keep your employees engaged.

What should you do?
Make sure your company’s intranet system is loaded with all the information your staff will ever need. If that’s too cutting edge for you, a well-placed noticeboard can also be a great addition.

4. Invest in engagement
A good HR department can be a great asset to your company. It gives your employees piece of mind and can be your best tool in ensuring that staff are happy and motivated at work.

What should you do?
Invest in a well-structured, easy-to-understand range of HR processes that will let your staff stay engaged with your company and its goals.

5. Ask your employees what they want.
It might sound obvious, but the simplest way to keep your employees engaged is asking them what they want. Communicating with your staff is the easiest way to learn what makes them tick, and how you can get the best out of them.

What should you do?
Engagement is a two-way street. Make sure you listen to your staff and understand what you can do to help them meet their professional goals within your company.

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