Friday, September 21, 2018


It has been stated that one of the greatest failures in supervision is attempting to use the same motivating factors for all employees. As an owner of a Carpet Cleaning business, we need to figure out what makes our employees tick. The simple fact is that all people do not want the same things. Therefore, they are not all moved by the same incentives and rewards.

If you hire someone who is single and ambitious, they may be more interested in status as opposed to money.

An employee with children has concerns for them and his or her family, so, therefore, money may be their motivating factor.

Others may be interested in promotion possibilities, while to others promotion may be the last thing on their mind.

The ultimate goal for any company is success and our employees play a large part in making that happen. Therefore, we should structure our motivation to individual needs whenever possible.

In this way, people will respond more readily, work harder and derive much more satisfaction from their jobs.

We believe that satisfying work is the ultimate motivating factor for an employee. Without that, they are more apt to be dissatisfied and you will suffer more personnel turnover.

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