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Building a successful business is about far more than the products or services that you offer, it’s about ensuring that every cog in the machine moves as it should do. This means that you don’t just need to think about your own productivity, but also the performance of your employees.
A productive team of employees can help your business to soar with success. However, a team of employees that aren’t performing as they should do can harm your business. As the owner of your business, it’s your job to ensure that your employees are doing what they are paid to do and are performing as they should be, helping to grow your business.
Of course, that’s easier said than done, isn’t it? Knowing how to ensure that your team of employees are performing as they should be is no easy task. Did you know that by utilizing certain pieces of technology, you can help to improve employee performance and make monitoring your team's progress easier? For all the best methods of improving employee performance, read on.
Organizational charts can be a great tool for charting the structure of your business and the roles that each employee takes on. These charts can also be used to look at what each employee has on currently and whether they are on track with their tasks. A lot of companies opt to create these by hand. However, there is now software offered by companies like Pingboard that allows you to create org charts online, making it easier to edit them and view them while on the go. These charts can also be shared among employees, so that each employee can see what is expected of them, helping to improve their performance. When they know they are being monitored, most employees tend to work harder, and so, are more productive while at work.
Video chatting and instant messaging software
Studies have shown that employees that can connect with other team members and their team leader or boss more easily tend to be more productive when at work. This is because when they come across an issue, they can easily contact another team member to discuss it with. Whether an IT issue has occurred or they need help on an area of a project, being able to instant message or video chat another team member can make dealing with the issue quicker, meaning that your employees are able to be more productive.
Cloud software isn’t just useful for storing documents and data; it can do a lot more than that. Today, many businesses are utilizing cloud software to improve employee performance. A cloud system is set up that has different areas for employees to access with the use of passwords, this means that when an employee needs access to a piece of information they can easily get it. Cloud software can also be used to make sharing documents between employees easier as well, meaning that it’s easier for projects to be completed in a timely fashion.
Those are just a few of the pieces of tech that can help to improve employee performance, there are also many more options to look into for your startup.
What is your go to tool to enhance communication with your team? Tell us in the comments below!
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