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How to Stay Motivated Even in Redundancy

How to Stay Motivated Even in Redundancy

Redundancy is a bad word; in the work world it means your job is ending, and even worse it means your job is truly disappearing. This is not because you are doing a bad job and being fired for something you could correct. Unfortunately, this happens to a lot more often than people think. Automation, mark evolutions, competitive substitutions, or even poor business strategies are some of the reasons, but when it happens to you, it all seems personal. People even go through a classic Kubler-Ross Grief Cycle: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.

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Employee Motivation ideas that won’t break the bank

Employee Motivation ideas that won’t break the bank

Monetary rewards are not as motivational in the long run as letting someone know they're doing a great job. Here are a few simple, free ways to motivate your employees:

Allow Them More Autonomy

Allowing employees to make more decisions on their own motivates them to be more responsible. Also, when employees are working towards a goal they set themselves, they are more motivated because they want to prove that they can do what they set out to accomplish.

Celebrate Their Successes

How to Engage a Multigenerational Work Force

How to Engage a Multigenerational Work Force

The workforce is one of the first places that different generations interact in a team environment without as much emphasis placed on age. It is important to understand since the workers will come from different backgrounds, education levels, and generations that the manager or employer must know how to engage and interact with every age level. Remember that everyone in every generation wants to feel relevant, needed, and appreciated.