1. Conduct Happiness Surveys
Your employees may not go to you on their own to tell you how they really feel. Therefore, it is advantageous to send out satisfaction surveys once every few months to see if there are any ways you can improve. You can have these surveys be anonymous, so no one feels dissuaded from telling you their true thoughts.
2. Offer Competitive Health Benefits
Employees want more than just a base salary. They want health coverage for themselves and their families. They want paid vacation time and sufficient sick leave. There are plenty of health insurance options for small businesses. The amount you invest into employee benefits is more than made up for in increased productivity and reduced employee turnover.
3. Build a Strong Company Culture
Although traditional perks, such as health insurance, are great, you also want to offer employees something they cannot get anywhere else. A sense of camaraderie and becoming friends with coworkers is something not every business can manage. Creating a true company culture fosters better communication between departments.
4. Hire People for the Right Roles
You may hire someone for a specific position only to discover that he or she would be better off in a different role. Do not be afraid to change things to improve company processes. Additionally, if you realize a certain hire was a mistake, then it will be in your best interest to simply let that individual go rather than continue having inefficient processes running at your company.
5. Invest in Training
Far too many businesses simply hire new people and set them off to the races immediately without adequate training. Take the time to acclimate new hires to your corporate environment. Introduce new hires to as many people as you can to foster more relationships. When you set an employee off on the right foot, there is a far greater likelihood of longer worker retention.
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