How Can Companies Make Employees Feel Valued

If a business or company wants their employees to keep working for them, they must show that they value them. Employees who are happy and feel treasured will be motivated to stay productive and committed to the company’s growth.

There are many ways companies can show that they value their employees, and here are six ways to get you started:

Have A Positive Mindset

If you want your employees to feel valued, you want to show that you are optimistic about their capabilities. If your employees see that you don’t think they can do their tasks well or spot their negative points, they won’t feel valued or inspired to speak out.

Ask For Their Opinions, Ideas And Comments

Employees want companies who would listen to them, especially if they see something wrong or have an idea they think would reward the company.

Don’t hesitate to ask them for their input, even if it’s about their comments or complaints. Even if they don’t elaborate on their statements, your people will feel that you value their opinion.

Have Open Communication With Them

Some employees tend to quit their jobs because their employers do not recognise them. This fact is actual if you don’t communicate with them actively because your employees will think you don’t like them at all.

Have channels for them to reach out to you if they wish to speak with you or even schedule group meetings with them.

Give Them Rewards For Their Success

If you want to keep your employees working, you need to give them a lot of motivation. One of the best methods to keep them motivated is acknowledging their efforts and rewarding them if they reap results. Employees will feel motivated to keep working if their work is recognised in some way by their employers.

You can show your acknowledgement by giving them a gift, a salary bonus or even better employment benefits. No matter how big or small your acknowledgement is, it can go a long way in making your employees feel appreciated.

Provide Them With Opportunities Where They Can Improve Themselves

You can also show your gratitude to your employees by helping them improve and reach their career goals. You can set up regular seminars on topics your employees want to learn or sort out a mentorship program.

You can also recommend your best employees to roles you believe they can do. They will recognise your efforts and remember you in the future.

Thank Them For Their Hard Work

Don’t forget to say thank you. This simple yet very effective statement can mean many employees, especially those who think the company doesn’t appreciate them. You can express your gratitude by telling them to thank you or writing a personal note.


For companies to flourish, both employers and employees must work together to achieve their business goals. But, if employers do not recognise the employees and make them feel valued, it won’t be a surprise if they fall apart. Make it a point to show your employees how you feel about them and give them a reason to stay motivated.

With the tips, we listed above, we are sure that you can improve your relationship with your employees and build a great work relationship with them.

Share some ideas with us on what you think your company can do to make you feel valued.

Check out these articles that explore motivation within a workplace:
Extrinsic & Intrinsic Motivation In Your Workplace
How to Deal With a Lack of Appreciation in the Workplace
Why Job Satisfaction is Important if You Want to Succeed

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. I enjoyed reading your article. You always post positive information. You are very thorough in what you write. People need this kind of information especially when it comes to the workplace. Employers really need to look up this information. Maybe they will learn how to value their employees so they will not lose good workers. Thank you for this positive information. Stay safe.


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