A business’s ability to motivate its employees is crucial for its success. Organizations must use many human resources concepts to ensure that their employees are motivated and committed to providing high-quality service. Limited’s reputation for excellence in client service has been earned by its workers. To manage and minimize the high workforce turnover rate, the institution must assess its internal business operations, including cultural transformation, compliance with a number of federal rules, and the implementation of various incentive programs (Armstrong & Taylor, 2020).
Employee engagement is the biggest problem within the company due to poor work habits and a dearth of non-financial and financial incentives. When the work environment and nature of the job make it difficult for employees to meet their basic physical and psychological needs, they lose interest. Intuitively motivated employees will perform well when given the opportunity to grow and advance in their careers and their achievements are recognized. Different job designs are used by institutions to attract employees. This is because most employees are not able to go above and beyond what they have been assigned (McCoy 2017). The institution lacks non-monetary rewards such as appreciation and gratitude, which can hinder the effort of most workers. A poll revealed that 68% of current employees are not motivated to do more than is necessary.
It is a motivating factor to have job security. Workers who anticipate positive outcomes from their actions perform well. Workers want stability in their jobs so that they can concentrate on what is important, take calculated risks, and not fear being terminated. If workers lose their jobs for not having good reasons, they will find better employment. According to the poll, 87% of respondents fear losing their job if they have to leave for long periods due either illness or caregiving. This is evident in its refusal to allow workers to leave work for the sake of caring for themselves or their families. Family and Medical Leave Act provides protection for employees’ right to take leave, especially if they are ill or their loved ones (Vassallo and co., 2019, p. It is a crime against humanity to fail to offer job security to sick workers. Bad work/life balance reduces employee loyalty and makes it easy for competent people to leave when there is a better opportunity.