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Have motivated employees and don't want to see them go? Use these tips to retain them

by , 25 July 2014
Every employer wants to have motivated employees.

The reasons?

Motivated employees are devoted ones, and that means your business will continue to thrive. If your employees are motivated, they'll achieve goals and increase productivity.

But the challenge with motivated employees is they could easily get bored and want to seek greener pastures.

How do you solve this dilemma?

If you have motivated employees and don't want to see them go, we recommend you use these tips to retain them so your business will continue to thrive.

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Use these six tips to retain motivated employees


If you have motivated employees and don't want to lose them, personal development is of paramount importance.
 

It's true.
 

Driven or motivated employees are constantly looking for new challenges. They'll leave if they feel bored. So the best way to keep them is to enhance their personal development.
 

How do you do this?
 

You can significantly enhance personal development if you:
 

Tip #1: Expand their job to include new or higher level responsibilities;
 

Tip #2: Provide a professional library of educational and motivational books;
 

Tip #3: Give more authority for your employee to self manage and make decisions;
 

Tip #4: Invite your employee to contribute to important department or company-wide decisions and planning;
 

Tip #5: Provide access to important and desirable meetings;
 

Tip #6: Assign your employee to head up projects or teams;
 

Here's the bottom line: The development of a life-long engaged learner is a positive factor for your company no matter how long your employee chooses to stay, say the experts behind the Practical Guide to Human Resources Management.
 

So use training and development activities to ensure you optimise your employees' motivation and potential retention.
 




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