Keep your employees happy and they won’t go.

Your employees are leaving! There’s something that you can do about it.

It’s better to keep an employee than to train a new one. If you are experiencing high job rotation, the quality of work done will never increase. Your employees set the foundation for a profitable company and you can’t leave them aside.

Set Reasonable Goals & Deadlines. 

Set reasonable goals among your employees. An unrealistic goal or deadline may become counterproductive. An employee given a realistic goal will most likely get higher stats than an employee who is given unreasonable goals. The fact that something seems unobtainable will cause most of the employees to settle with less. Additionally, you can raise the goal gradually, this way, you will be able to define the full potential of your workers. Be aware that raising the goal abruptly, will immediately demotivate employees, increasing stress, and reducing productivity. Remember that quantity is not always directly related to quality.
Many of the employees who have quitted their jobs, would’ve probably stayed if they would have received at least some sort of recognition. It is of great importance to catch your employees when they are doing something that is worth acknowledging. Your workers will feel more motivated if you acknowledge their job occasionally and they will attempt to repeat and even improve their actions.
Let them know about the company’s current situation. They notice that you are considering them and they will feel part of the movement. Consecuently, they will push themselves voluntarily.
Avoid making fun of your employees, especially if someone is watching. Nobody wants to be mistreated, not even for a high wage. Not all of your employees will have the same mindset and sometimes you cannot tell what they may feel about your comments (some of them will never tell you). Instead, make sure to greet them every morning and let them feel that you are aware of them, talking to your employees by their names would be a great start.
Listen and Comply to their Requests.
It is unpleasant and embarrassing for the employees having to repeatedly request something. An employee will doubt of the employers capabilities if they cannot accomplish a simple and common task on time. It’s great to see when the employer is the one who reminds the employee of the request made.
When you are about to coach your employee, it is recommended to set the expectections before the coaching session. Make sure to provide positive feedback and to let them know their opportunities in a nice way. Let them know the reasons for certain procedures so they can understand them fully and agree with you.
One of the best ways to motivate employees without being on top of them is organizing contests. Your workers will compete among themselves and increase production in a fun and positive way.