Workplace Factors That Impact Employee Morale

June 23rd, 2012

It’s important to recognize the issues that have an impact on employee morale in your company. After all, you are paying these individuals to do a good job for you, so you want to do what you can to promote further motivation.

  • Create a positive work environment – make sure that management, supervisors, and other significant people in the company maintain an attitude that is positive and motivating. It’s important to keep employees inspired to work with a positive attitude.
  • Make sure that the work environment is safe and comfortable – safety should always be a priority, especially if the work environment is a construction site. Employees will never feel good about where they work if they feel that their safety is compromised.  If you work in an office environment, set up staff with comfortable work stations and allow them to bring a couple of personal items so they feel at home.
  • Ensure that payroll is correct – there is nothing more demotivating to an employee than not being paid for the work that an employee has done.  Make sure that you’re using a job clock system that helps prevent payroll errors.




Peter Morrissey has been working with employee time and attendance for more than 15 years, Peter has supplied more than 3000 customers around the world with employee time management systems. He has seen the good, the bad and the ugly. Peter bought the JobClock system into Australia in 2008 to fill a void not being covered at the time. As cloud technology has come along the JobClock system not only services construction but many more industries hungry for employee labour costing information.

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