That is the recommendation of Elizabeth Bacchus, director of thesuccessfulcv.com, who noted that communication is a key aspect of keeping staff motivated, through whatever means employers feel is right.
"Keep staff informed as much as you can on organisational issues, through clear and strategic internal communication initiatives. These can be through newsletters, the company intranet and focus groups - where staff can provide feedback and contribute to ideas on company development," she noted.
The expert added that getting staff involved in social responsibility not only builds on the reputation of an organisation but also enables staff to get involved in worthwhile causes and develops team-building skills.
In addition, introducing flexible working hours or working from home has been shown to increase not only staff moral but also productivity, which is a win-win situation, Ms Bacchus explained.
Recently, Hilary Jeanes, leadership coach and human resources consultant at PurpleLine Consulting, also said that employers hoping to get the best out of their staff need to communicate with them regularly in order to boost their workers' sense of purpose and motivation.
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