Time off and a hefty paycheck might sound like the way to employees’ hearts. However, while workers won’t exactly turn these benefits down, they shouldn’t be your only means of motivation and compensation.
“If the workplace environment doesn’t fit with the conditions where the brain can thrive, they probably won’t hold on to their best employees for long,” said Don Rheem, author of “Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures” (ForbesBooks, 2017) and CEO of E3 Solutions. “Money satisfies, but it has very little impact on daily behavior. Far more impactful are things that money can’t buy – things a responsive employer should be providing every day.”
Rheem believes in a science-based approach that shows a 30 percent increase in engagement in one year, and a 75 percent increase in high-performing staff in four years. The approach outlines four things you can do to motivate your employees.
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