In this article we are dealing with an interesting subject for any company that wants to grow and succeed: how to encourage the employees . Lately the policies of the offices of the personnel of enterprises, especially those of medium and large, have changed: more and more recognizes the importance of staff employed by the company and try to motivate and facilitate it (financially or through benefits of different gender ) with a view to their better performance , greater attention and interest in respect of the fortunes of the company. no coincidence that today we talk about human resources and their management, with emphasis given to the fact that employees are just a resource for the company, a valuable resource to support and cultivate.

It’s to say first of all that a company that wants to improve their productivity and that of their employees must follow a mediation between their needs and those of its employees. Thus, and only thus, can maximize profits. The most important factor is communication: make your ideas clear and understandable to employees and managers, from a perspective of openness with no penalty. Communicate with the employee means do feel part of a group that is committed to hit a certain goal and means above all make it responsible to the company.


Another fundamental point on which work is the work environment: if the weather is sunny (not meaning thereby relaxed) and the employer can establish a relationship of trust, the employee will experience the work itself not as an obligation or a conviction but as an opportunity to grow personal and economic. should then try to make the job more rewarding as possible, opening up opportunities for growth and autonomous spaces that provide the employee an injection of enthusiasm and sense of responsibility.

The company may decide to grant incentives economic monetary type including the most common and used are annual bonuses linked to productivity , incentives as a percentage of net sales, shares and other forms of profit sharing through these monetary incentives the employee is motivated to work more profitably and so “concerned” because his salary is (at least) part attached to the performance of the company and its gain . There are other forms of economic incentives for non-monetary Often the company grants the so-called fringe benefits or goods or services supplied by the company to the employee and are often part of the taxable income for tax purposes the Company may grant ‘car or a mobile phone to certain categories of employees, both for business purposes only and for mixed use at certain levels then you can provide employees with life insurance or other forms of supplementary pensions is incentives that reinforce the bond company and employee- a sense of belonging, clutching a bond of trust that the company can translate into more profit.

Another type of incentives that I personally feel very good and certainly very little expensive compared to other economic incentives are those that somehow loosen the bond of subordination experienced as a hierarchical relationship between boss and employee. Some large computer companies have, for example, organized to allow their employees to take with you to the office with your pet, most often the company provides baby-sitting a lot easier the lives of working mothers. The aim is clearly well-being of the employee and an employee is satisfied and gratified certainly led to produce more and better than a dissatisfied worker.