- Leadership must have the desire to commit themselves to having employees who respect, admire, and are at ease in their working association with their boss. When the employee feel they are an asset to the team; they will perform their job description non-stop.
- To produce employee satisfaction and employees who perform best; the company and immediate management must have a clear understanding of company policies and procedures first. The hiring manger must also make it their business to know what happens when someone become unproductive, dissatisfied, or decides to move on. If the issue is related to the company’s insufficiency; they should try to correct, and/or amend.
- If there are personnel issues with manager/employee; training should be implemented so it is not likely to be repeated; regardless of who is at fault. That said, the employee is not always right, but nor is the manager.
- Managing means they are not just giving the instructions of what needs to be done, but they are there to assist. They are guiding, being an example, teaching, motivating, implementing, delegating, and promoting, and at the same time; meeting their particular deadlines.
- It takes devotion, determination and having a desire to stand out and be a manager that people love working for and have employees who are satisfied.
- A manager who wants employee satisfaction; but also employees who perform, and they must focus on having or developing people skills with related communication skills. They should know how to develop and to bring out the best in others. There should be a tactic to carry out the goals and priorities with ease and comfort for everyone.
In processing the fundamentals necessary to hire the right employees which further promotes employee satisfaction and performance; it comes down to the employer’s hiring manager's responsibility. Obviously to hire the right employees; those who lead and those who follow, it is important to screen when interviewing. Especially if the organization i.e. employer has a workforce that loves coming to work everyday.
However, it begins with the direct, motivated manger. If the manager is not motivated; how can the staff be? A manager who has qualified people should not have to convince the employees they are working for the right company. They should know it by the benefits offered, and the optimistic attitude of “what can we as a company, do for you?” The employees who are satisfied with the right company will then offer their best efforts of service in keeping the company a great place to work.
The manager who is hiring the employees must always convey:
- Positive attitude
- Professional behavior
- Be an employee of satisfaction and performance, themselves
The company must have impartial, positive rules and regulations to embrace their employee satisfaction. There is no point in a company or a hiring manager trying to hire employees who will promote employee satisfaction without putting the first emphasis on references of how the applicant has performed on other jobs. It is the leadership-hiring manager's responsibility to always be in thought of how the company can benefit best in hiring an individual, and also how the employee's prior performances per references will meet the job description.
Hiring techniques are no longer cut and dried. It is an issue of leadership having successful hiring tools which help them to choose the right employees who will give the best employee performance.