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How to improve the productivity in the workplace?

What are the measures to be taken to increase the productivity in the workplace?

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1. Build a stronger company culture
Company culture is a vague phrase that can mean a lot of different things, but in terms of driving employee engagement on a daily basis, here's what matters - what are the norms surrounding work? Do people communicate well? Do they work together? Do they take pride in each other's successes?

2. Use of videoconferencing instead of the business trips
Video conferencing gives employees a chance to stay home and soak in the knowledge that would otherwise be available in the office or in a lecture hall. However, now employees can save the dough you spend on traveling and enjoy the benefits right from the comfort of your own home. Employees can sign up for free video conferencing services such as ezTalks to get what you need.

3. Offer incentives
Everybody loves to be rewarded. If you have several employees in your office and you want all of those to play a significant role in the progress of your company then you should offer random incentives for them. If you find that any of your employees is working in a good way then you can announce an incentive for him randomly. This will not only motivate that employee to work more efficiently but all other employees will also work properly to get incentive next time.

Here are also some other ways to help you improve productivity in your organization.
https://www.eztalks.com/video-conference/ways-to-increase-employee-productivity.html

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Workplace environment is a key factor in improving the productivity. Apart from their monthly remuneration, the employees also give importance to the environment they work on. If they are paid high and the workplace provided is haphazard, it's sure that productivity level will decrease drastically.

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    Workplace environment is a key factor in improving the productivity. Apart from their monthly remuneration, the employees also give importance to the environment they work on. If they are paid high and the workplace provided is haphazard, it's sure that productivity level will decrease drastically.

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