What motivates your employees might surprise you
01 December, 2015
What are the most important factors when it comes to keeping your employees engaged and motivated?
For many managers, the intuitive answer to this question might not be correct, according to Lisa Killbourn, Bray Leino’s Chief Strategy Officer.
Talking to a gathering of HR experts at a recent CBI South West HR Forum, including HR chiefs from Hays, Bristol Water and Pittards, Lisa suggested that employees and their managers often have very different ideas about what motivates and engages a workforce.
Citing research from industry community Cite HR, she said that when a sample of the two groups were asked to list employment factors in order of importance, the responses proved to be almost polar opposites.
Management believe their eomployees to be largely motivated by monetary factors, whereas employees cite non-monetary factors like respect, training and feedback.
To see Lisa's conclusions and the insights she draws from them, visit our website.