How to ensure your staff are kept motivated
Receiving £5,000 for simply being hired is great, but after three years it's unlikely that the money will still be in your pocket — company benefits are a bit more long-term and are designed to keep staff motivated to remain at the company.
Climbing the career ladder is associated with added benefits and a higher salary — who doesn't want a new car and more cash to go on holiday with? Knowing that your job has an opportunity for progression and leadership development is an undeniable motivation in getting you to work hard.
Anglian Water has also implemented a bespoke training programme individual to each employee's aims, and it is reviewed at regular intervals to ensure that those goals haven't changed. They also offer the opportunity to complete specialist external training relevant to your role. It's simple — more qualifications will lead to more money.
It's always nice to be rewarded for the time and effort that you invest into your job. Perks are the fun part and some companies have taken that to the extreme. Money is an undeniable incentive and software company Huddle tempts new starters with a whopping £5,000 joining fee – affectionately known as the Huddle Cuddle.
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Craft beer company BrewDog offers all employees the opportunity to take one week of paid holiday leave to help their new dog settle into their home. Any excuse to get yourself a new furry friend, right?
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These perks may be light-hearted but, without a doubt, they help to combat a stressful working environment and no matter what career you're in, less stress is best!