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In the wake of the world’s COVID shutdown, it’s been an anxious year for American businesses slowly surging back to full strength. But after some initial sluggishness, the U.S. job market is finally catching fire, with firms adding over 850,000 new jobs in June, the biggest employment burst in 10 months.
As it turns out, millions of Americans weren’t all that anxious to get back to the same low-paying, low-respect, high-stress, disengaged professional life they strained under before COVID. But after some early hesitance, it seems more and more businesses are finally embracing the new job landscape, now actively working to entice quality job candidates with the type of benefits today’s employee really wants.
Remote jobs aren’t just increasing for six-figure high earners, but even for jobseekers without college degrees as well. Wages for American workers are on the rise. And perhaps most crucial of all, many firms are taking active steps to find and keep top talent by helping those workers actually feel good about their jobs. By boosting employee engagement, businesses are finding it easier to build the type of work environment that today’s workforce doesn’t just want, but demands.
Employee engagement is the new Priority #1
U.S. workers are among the most stressed employees in the world, according to a recent Gallup survey. About 57 percent of North American workers reported feelings of stress every day while on the job. That’s up from 49 percent last year and compared with just 43 percent among the global workforce. With results like those, helping employees feel happy and motivated at work should be a top priority for any company looking to keep their key workers at their best and invested in their business’ success.
Platforms like Motivosity get that. The four-stage digital environment was built with positivity, respect, and improved communication and connectivity in mind. Its primary mission: to help companies create the type of winning culture they need to bring people together while helping them feel supported, heard, and recognized.
Motivosity’s four steps to happier workers
Companies who join the Motivosity wave can immediately build up their workforce culture, even if separated by departments, geography, and schedules.
It starts with the first Motivosity forum, Connect, which allows workers across an entire company of 30 or 3,000 to get to know each other. Through the platform, employees can interact through common interests and personality traits, share pictures, trumpet successes, or pass out some thanks to fellow team members.
With Recognize, co-workers can send values-based shoutouts to each other. This section is all about appreciating individual values like teamwork, transparency, community spirit, and more in a public forum. And since money always talks, each pat on the back can come with a dollar or two that can go towards almost any gift card they want, including major retailers like Target, eBay, Nike, and dozens of others, or even a favorite charity.
In the Lead section, managers can start building more effective relationships with each individual team member. In addition to helping set up coaching and motivation priorities, Lead lets managers and workers set up regular one-on-one meetings with shared agendas, prompts, and collaborative notes so company and employee can always stay on the same page.
Finally, Listen gives employees a voice to speak to management in a meaningful way. This includes tools like pulse surveys, Employee Net Promoter Scores (eNPS) for measuring how willing the employees are to recommend their workplace, turnover data, and other metrics that show what workers really think of the place they work.
With no start up costs, implementation costs or customer success costs, Motivosity is the most cost effective employee engagement solution at the market. Head over to the Motivosity website and request a demo today.
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