Pay hike can buy many intangible benefits which often give sense of control over life, security in job and you feel less stressed about future. However drill-down slightly deeper job satisfaction is as essential as wage increase. I've a feeling most people deal with the feeling of being underpaid and feeling like being underpaid can be disheartening.
The work is physically, mentally, and emotionally draining. Let’s face it! We are so exhausted toward the end of work day that we go home, intended to sleep for at least 15 to 20 minutes and even lack the motivation to eat dinner.
“To be successful, the first thing to do is fall in love with your work”- Sister Mary Lauretta
Well, we do love our job but even the best job in the world is still just a job. What I can tell you specifically if we love what we do we become effectively better in every aspect of life that will usher in a better tomorrow.
In bank an employee get personal and professional satisfaction by satisfying customers' financial needs and help them succeed financially. They always strive hard to build long-term relationship and after reviewing customers needs suggest product & services. They want customers to know about innovative services and financial education information.
Whenever supervisor value initiative and appreciate the efforts it does feel satisfactory. I really feel pity for employees who have self-centred and inappreciative supervisors. I also feel for employers that have unappreciative staff members.
Pay hike does not work always to avoid employee turnover for an organization. A formal recognition and appreciation as well as on personal level is much more pleasing. The connection between compensation, motivation and performance is significantly complicated. A modest amount of effort from employer can lead to more satisfied, productive, and faithful employees.