Summertime tips to boost employee motivation 夏天快結束囉! 五個提升員工工作動機的好方法/ Sep 26, 2018



While “motivation” is a major buzzword year-round, when the sun is shining and summer holidays are on our minds,
it’s even more crucial to boost motivation in the workplace. 
In fact, 68% of workers say they daydream more during warm summer days and 63% also admit to leaving the office early.
Here are four ways to take advantage of rising temperatures and get productivity on the rise as well.
當 "工作動機" 昰年度熱門用語,在陽光普照,人人想念著夏日假期的季節,激勵工作場所的工作動機更顯得重要。
實際上,68%的工作者說他們在溫暖夏日更常做白日夢,63% 承認他們會提早離開辦公室。
這裡提供四個方式,在溫度節節提升的夏日時節,也提高員工生產力。


4 summertime tips to boost employee motivation
 
While “motivation” is a major buzzword year-round, when the sun is shining and summer holidays are on our minds, it’s even more crucial to boost motivation in the workplace. In fact, 68% of workers say they daydream more during warm summer days and 63% also admit to leaving the office early. Here are four ways to take advantage of rising temperatures and get productivity on the rise as well[1].
 
TIP #1: Be more flexible
 
>> Flexible space
According to the  Work Anywhere Survey[2],
nearly ⅔ of the global workforce take advantage of anywhere working
80% of Brazilian employees
78% of Indian employees
75% of Australian employees
And only 20% of Japanese employees

>> Flexible Time
39% of workers want flexible schedules during the summertime[3]
83% of employees say that productivity was boosted when given flexible hours[4]
98% of employees think that the ability to work anywhere positively impacts productivity
 

TIP #2: Institute a casual summer dress code 
27% of US office workers would prefer to work for a company with a casual dress code or none at all[5] 
70% higher stress levels measured when workers in Japan dressed formally compared to casually[6]
61% of UK workers say they feel more productive with a relaxed dress code[7] 
75% of workers in South Korea consider flip flops appropriate summer attire, compared to only 14% globally[8]
 
 
TIP #3: Get moving and get outdoors
According to the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans survey, after launching an employee wellness program: [9] 
66% of companies reported increased productivity;
67% said employees were more satisfied at work
+50% of businesses saw a drop in absenteeism
$40 billion are invested in wellness programs globally[10]
13 million wearable devices will be integrated into workplace wellness programs in 2018[11]
76 % of return on investment attributed to successful wellness programs[12]
1 full work day is gained in increased productivity per month when employees participate in health programs[13]
+90 % of business leaders say that promoting wellness can affect employee productivity and performance[14]
 
 
TIP #4: Embrace “Summer Fridays” (give employees Friday afternoons off)
42 %  of Fortune 1000 companies offer Summer Fridays (up from 21% in 2015)[15]
87 % of those who had summer hours said it contributed to a healthy work-life balance
76 % agreed Summer Friday policies effectively boosted productivity
 
 
Don’t let the sun-soaked summertime slump hit your office! Helping your employees find better ways to work and providing sizzling incentives will not only boost workplace morale, it will boost productivity during the slower summer months.
 


[4]http://www.vodafone.com/content/index/media/vodafone-group-releases/2016/flexible-working-survey.html A total of 8,000 employers and employees were interviewed online across 10 countries (Germany, India, Italy, Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, the UK and the USA, as well as the territory of Hong Kong).
[10] Ibid.

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