Updated: Jun 1, 2022
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We are all hearing about the "great resignation" of the day and the difficulties in attracting and retaining talent. But what motivates people to stay or leave a company? What are your motivators?
The easy answer is money, but that's not always (or even often) the case. It may feel like that, but most people really want to feel like they have made a difference when all is said and done.
What makes your work meaningful? Regardless of the industry you're in, there should be something that makes you feel good at the end of the day. Did you help someone? Did you increase your production? Did you lighten someone's load (or even your own)? Were you part of an idea that could lead to company growth?
Regardless of the answer, take a moment to step back and remember what motivates you. Odds are, those same characteristics that motivate you can also motivate your staff. What can you do or what can you do for others to remind yourself or them that what you do on a day to day basis can make a difference? Pat yourself on the back. Say thanks to your staff/coworkers. We can always use words of acknowledgement and appreciation!. Here, you can pick from different layouts. If you add a blog feed section to a different page on your website, you can pick a design that’s different from your main blog page.
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