Employees only want three things.
Employees who feel secure with their jobs perform better. Employers can guarantee job security not only with a bond, great benefits and facilities, but also with proper employee treatment. Employees feel secure in their company if they understand their objectives clearly and see how their work helps the entire company.
Employers can challenge their employees with difficult tasks but employers should also nurture employee improvement by providing them the right tools to seek out their own effectively solutions. The better employees feel about the results they create themselves and receiving helpful inspiration from their accomplishments, the more employees are inclined to stay. Providing them with the right tools and training are the best ways to make them stay.
Employees also want to receive validation for their efforts. Employers who believe that their employees can do things with their own volition, provide the proper positive response in the form of promised and fulfilled career progress and encourage their employees to have a healthy work-life balance can house employees who would stay with the company the longest possible time they can. As long as employees feel valued and responsible for the work they do in your company, the more they are willing to stay.
A good boss is someone who brings his or her company towards a positive direction. Employees who feel that their work directly contributes to the vision of their employers know what they need to do, strive to improve their work and achieve results for the company even until their retirement.