Working conditions and company policies should be appealing and rewarding to employees so that they will be encouraged to turn in quality work without ever compromising company time or resources. Indeed, efficient employee performance should be a major concern for employers.
Often, companies equate hiring the best talent as the winning formula that will drive workplace productivity from the ground up. But that is not entirely the case.
Employers need to tap the workers’ natural potentials to the fullest by keeping them motivated to deliver outputs that they are capable of and which will help the company grow.
The International Data Corporation (IDC) and McKinsey Global Institute reported their analysis that improving communication and collaboration through social technologies could raise productivity among teams by 20 to 25 percent.
As HR managers, it is your job to ensure that your staff is at their best. Here are some ways you can boost productivity in the workplace.
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