1/23/12

Engagement Strategies: Criteria to Check Motivation of Employees

Here are some criteria that you can use use to check motivation of your employees. You can create surveys to see where you need to work on improvement. They have been placed into groups according to Maslow's pyramid of needs.
Lower needs must be fulfilled first:

Criteria to check motivation of employees


Criteria
Category
Conditions for physical recreation
Physichological
Conditions of periodical recreation (trips, parties, etc.)
Physichological
Conditions of serving lunch
Physichological
Average time spent at work
Safety
Bonus and rewards system for holidays (Christmas, Easter, etc.)
Safety
Bonus system for results recognition
Safety
Budget for travelling
Safety
Company headquarters
Safety
IT support
Safety
Meeting efficiency
Safety
Other material benefits (car, bonuses, etc.)
Safety
Overtime compensation system
Safety
Recreation spaces
Safety
Safety of position
Safety
Salary increase system
Safety
Salary level
Safety
The Office
Safety
Transportation facilities
Safety
Work atmosphere
Safety
Degree of information upon company results
Belonging
Initial training
Belonging
Quality of collaborating with HR
Belonging
Quality of collaborating with IT
Belonging
Quality of collaborating with other departments
Belonging
Quality of collaborating with top management
Belonging
The way knowledge is transmitted within the company
Belonging
Degree of responsibility on the job
Self-esteem
Feedback from direct manager
Self-esteem
Recognition of my results
Self-esteem
Respect the employee is treated with
Self-esteem
Work itself
Self-esteem
Internal opportunities to develop your career
Self-actualization
Opportunities to develop technical/specialist skills
Self-actualization
Promotions system within the company
Self-actualization
Support offered during the activity
Self-actualization
Training system offered periodically
Self-actualization

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