Today, the world is at the peak of industrial advancements and people are working more than any of the previous generations. Companies and employees are finding that traditional organizational methods are no longer functioning and are looking for new ways that allow them to work in a more flexible, digital, and social working environment.
According to a study conducted by Glassdoor - across all income levels, the top predictor of workplace satisfaction is not pay: it is the culture and values of the organization, followed closely by the quality of senior leadership and the career opportunities at the company.
What this ultimately means is that millennials are looking for a positive work environment that boosts their productivity, enthusiasm, and creativity - a place that values their work-life balance.
So what exactly defines a positive working environment? How can employers contribute to employee productivity and engagement? To start with here are some pointers to consider👇🏽
- Prioritize onboarding and training
- Encourage team collaboration and communication
- Facilitate opportunities for learning
- Show your appreciation
- Contribute to their health and wellbeing
All these pointers help employers provide their employees with a sense of belonging at the workplace. It makes them feel valued and appreciated. Gives them a reason to come back to work the next day, and work harder to achieve the company's goals.
So how exactly do we, Humanlot, fit in this picture of creating a more positive work environment?
To begin with, we “humanize”. It's not just a rigid platform with a bunch of charts and buttons, but a comprehensive platform that establishes solid communication between the employer and employee. It derives multiple insights and reports on performance, meaning employers can take the necessary actions to keep employees motivated. We have an entire module dedicated to providing employees with benefits that can be highly customized to make it feasible for all parties involved.
To explore all our resources and tools, drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org