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    Employee feedback and recognition are two cost effective ways to motivate employees! Employees want to feel valued for their work. If they aren't feeling like they are contributing to anything or if they feel like their work goes unnoticed, they will be demotivated and disengaged.

    Effective goal alignment is also critical. As said above, employees want to feel like their work is contributing to something. Make sure to align their individual goals to overall team objectives and organizational objectives.

    Goal alignment, feedback, and recognition don't cost a cent!

    I would suggest meeting with your employees twice a month and give them feedback on their progress, see if they need help with any tasks, and recognize their efforts and work. The meeting doesn't have to be long - 10 minutes can be sufficient. These meetings might seem frivolous, but they are a great way to show your employees you value them.


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    You can also look at this from a turnover You can also look at this as a turnover problem. When your staff is unmotivated it will lead to higher turnover. There is this blog article that explained how to reduce turnover rates by having positive team culture, competitive perks, setting upp a rewarding workplace and have opportunities for growth. I would really suggest having a look at the article.


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