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How to boost your employees’ performance with feedback

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Employees are crucial because their performance is critical to the overall success of the company. You cannot grow a company on the backs of unhappy and frustrated employees. You need employees who can get the job done, while at the same time doing it efficiently and effectively. Moreover, always keep in mind that employees should represent your organization and its core values in the best light. Employees have powerful energy to bring to the organization, however that energy can only be utilized properly if you listen to them, understand their wants and needs, motivate them, and guide them wisely. 

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Collect behavioral data to find weak spots in workflow

The Vault evaluation module provides you with the insights you need to improve your business in real-time. It tracks employee performance and productivity at your company. You can see how reliable your team and their job performance are from the supervisor's point of view. On the other hand, it also warns you of bottlenecks and other issues arising during the month.

With our system you can track how diligent are your employees when arriving at the office, their behavior in the office, give recommendations for improvements, and be informed of any incidents. All this can be done through: 

  • Office Presence
  • Time Tracking
  • Recommendations
  • Incidents

Time Balance gives you a snapshot of a certain individual who has fallen behind in the number of hours worked or he/she is a go-getter and has overtime. These indicators are more than just eye-opening, they are crucial to getting to know your employees better. Furthermore, the visually appealing graphics make it easy for a manager to spot the patterns of specific employee behavior repeating over time so that it can be addressed and avoided in the future.

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Praise can motivate

If we all rewind a little (or a lot) back to our school days somewhere in the books was Maslow’s hierarchy of needs – it still stands proudly in the center of the page with its bright colors. The rule of esteem emphasizes that all humans strive to receive praise and be recognized by other members of society. So, are your employees praised regularly, accepted, and valued by other peers, subordinates, or supervisors? Now, what with your all-stars, super-performers, and employees of the month? Are they aware of their success with which they are making a great impact on overall company success? 

Mark Twain once said: “I can live for two months on a good compliment.”

Salary is not and should not be the only indicator of job performance. This is where a good system can make a difference. In Vault-ERP we use special badges to reward and appreciate those who deserve it. Employees can give each other reward followed by a nice message of appreciation. These special badges can also be used as a form of positive feedback to boost the morale of those employees who need that extra nudge in the correct direction. They cost nothing but are proven to be effective. Challenge employees to become “Good Job” or “Knowledge Share” Masters and reward those who do. They would have a new standard to live up to, themselves, while simultaneously being a great example for others.

Read on: 8 ways Vault can help your HR department

 

The reward option is an easy and quick way to have a significant effect on the teams and their performance without the need to spend excessive time on individual assessment. More importantly, when it is in real-time and delivered at the time it can have the biggest impact on both receiver and provider, because both are important; giving and receiving. Make appraisals a simple part of your practice. We have already announced our yearly Shuriken Masters winners in our company, it is your turn now. 

 Contact us for a free demo today and you will be amazed by our HR module!

 

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