3 steps to improved productivity and low absenteeism at workplace

Imagine one day your people start performing way more than they ever performed and the employee-leaves almost disappear.

Now tell us don’t you want your people to do more than what they have been doing all these years? Don’t you want the absenteeism rate go down, and down, and down? If yes, this post will help you understand what goes inside bringing all these wishes to life. Stay alert so you do not miss out on the secrets.


“People may take a job for more money, but they often leave it for more recognition.” Bob Nelson


A little appreciation goes a long way. So please never forget to appreciate the efforts your people put into your business. Look for opportunities to talk to your people and tell them how much they mean to you, to the business. Believe us they will work for you harder and longer.


Motivational Sessions

Appreciation is a big motivation. But then, motivational sessions are good to arrange for your people.

These sessions pump up their very energy levels and make them go the extra mile to meet and then exceed their targets.


Apart from motivation/confidence building sessions, you can also consider arranging other training programs which are likely to help your people do more at their work place.



If your people work under conditions wherein they might end up injuring themselves or falling into accidents, you should ensure the best possible protection cover for them. For instance, workers and professionals in construction, aviation, and oil & gas industries cannot (and, should not) work without wearing high quality safety shoes and work boots.

Safety shoes and work boots are built to withstand shocks of up to 200 joules which might be caused when a heavy object – such as a stone – falls on the feet of the worker or professional supervising the work on the site. The toe of the safety footwear is made stronger with an in-built metal cap which could be of aluminum, steel, or polycarbonate. Real leather is used to enhance the durability and comfort of the shoes.

With protective footwear on, your people would be more than confident to go about their work with the least concern about foot injuries or accidents, and thus would be able to give their very best to their work.


Put these 3 ideas to work and see the kind of transformation these ideas bring to your people and how they approach their work.

For more ideas, please wait for our forthcoming posts.

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