The following employee retention strategies work. So let’s dig deeper into them and learn more about how you can use them to help your business succeed.
Get real employee feedback.
A critical factor in employee involvement is making sure that all team members can exchange views and hear their voices. We like to call this “knowledge sharing”.
Executives shouldn’t just speak in their direct reports and managers – everyone should feel able to share their views.
Implementing an employee survey or questionnaire is often the first step in figuring out how employees judge their experience.
Questions about communication, work-life balance, and opportunities for improvement are useful for management and understanding all of the challenges employees face – especially those who work remotely.
It is vital to get honest opinions straight from the source to develop a culture improvement initiative best.
Setting up a stakeholder committee from different departments to review the results and ask more test questions shows commitment to change. It gives each team an example of how they feel empowered.
Activate the action and change it
It’s not enough to send out an employee satisfaction survey and keep track of the results. Any issues that stand out from employee feedback should be addressed and considered.
Establishing a culture committee or appointing a working group to share progress and changes based on employee feedback increases employee engagement Malaysia and confidence.
Efforts to foster employee engagement should be consistent and pervasive to capture and influence behaviour, indeed. So once you get started, don’t stop there – aim for frequent changes that will stimulate engagement growth at least once a quarter.