Personnel Management Systems Can Help Maintain and Improve Workplace Satisfaction
Personnel Management Systems featuring extensive team rostering capabilities could potentially help maintain and improve the overall levels of employee satisfaction within the workplace, especially since a recent survey found that team dynamics play the most important role in employee satisfaction, with two thirds enjoying being part of a team.
The study into the behaviours of the UK’s workforce also highlights that 56 per cent of workers believe they themselves are their biggest motivators, suggesting a personal ambition to make an impact is driving workers. A third of workers claim that simply encouraging collaborative working and allowing the different personality types to complement each other is the best way to motivate employees, while Some 36 per cent of employees think taking the time to listen to other ways of working helped increases motivation, and a quarter of employees also claim that being involved in decisions helps to boost positive attitudes in the workplace.
Emma Glennon, head of key clients at Argos for Business says that SMEs and entrepreneurs need to be self-motivated and work with similar self-starters to meet business objectives.
‘The team dynamic findings are interesting as they show a delicate balance between working as a collective, while being self-motivated. This ‘best-of-both-worlds’ type of work ethos stimulates personal satisfaction and ambition, within collaborative and positive working environments,’ she adds.
‘Entrepreneurs and SME owners should acknowledge and reward their teams in ways that suit the individual. Ultimately, a one-size-fits-all approach is not advisable, particularly when you consider how many personalities make up a team within an SME.’
This is especially significant for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that need to ensure they recruit self-motivated staff, who can encourage and motivate other team members to perform to the best of their ability to drive the business forward.
Tensor offers advanced Personnel Management Systems
Advanced staffing, personnel management systems and time and attendance solutions play an important part in the overall management of hospitals. By sharing employee-related information across multiple units (hospitals) in an organization (NHS Trust), patients will benefit from greater consistency in care and healthcare organizations will realize improved staff engagement and a reduction in labor costs.
Additionally, time and attendance systems provide the data required for organizations to better manage both tactically as well as providing a future view of workforce requirements based on the strategic plans of the organization.
Last, but certainly not least, human resources modules implemented across T&A systems enabled HR departments to manage the available talent pool and keep employees engaged and satisfied by providing them with incentives that go beyond salary, such as continuing education and tuition assistance.
Tensor offers a comprehensive range of workforce monitoring and management options that can be used by NHS trusts in order to staff at optimal levels, match roles with patient requirements, improve employee satisfaction and also elevate the overall level of care delivered.