Whether you own a small business with a handful of employees or a large corporation employing thousands of people, you pay them with the understanding that they are doing their job to ensure your continued success. It sounds cut and dried, but when you add in the human dynamic, emotions come into play and you have to take those into account as well. Humans, by nature, like to feel that they are appreciated. In fact, Forbes Magazine states that engaging employees in things like development planning, or other activities that involve showing your staff that you understand that they are important, builds loyalty, which increases productivity, and attracts and keeps talented employees working for you. Those who feel underappreciated or undervalued are likely to search elsewhere and leave when a more attractive option appears.
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