4 Tips To Make Your Employees Feel Loved

Love makes the world (and the workplace) go round. And when it comes to your employees, there’s no greater way to keep them feeling loved than to have a healthy and supportive working relationship with them.

This was the key finding in Virgin Pulse’s latest survey, which took views from more than 1,000 full-time employees in the US and Canada, where three in every five respondents said the employer-employee relationship affects their focus and productivity at work positively.

Another important engagement driver was found to be the work itself, with more than half of respondents stating that “interesting and challenging work” was the top reason they loved their company, beating out the company’s mission (38%).

What else makes employees happy at the workplace? Here are some more insights from the report.

Tip 1
: Employers should encourage employees to make good progress on their work, and help them be more productive by prioritising daily tasks.

From the report, employees also wanted their managers to show support in maintaining a work-life balance, as stated by 40% of the respondents. In addition, 44% indicated flexible work arrangements as the number one benefit they’d love at their company.

Almost one-third expressed their preference for “free programs and resources supporting my well-being”, and the same number also wished for “on-site gyms, fitness classes or health club reimbursements.”

 Tip 2: Employers must ensure benefits offered are in line with what employees really want. This could be done by taking their feedback via an employee committee or company-wide surveys.

Another not-so-secret to employee happiness was found to be good co-workers, cited by 40% of the respondents as the top reason they love their company. To add to that, two-thirds of them said this has a positive impact on their focus and productivity at work.

 Tip 3: Encourage socialising at the office, so long as it does not hinder productivity. Employers can help employees connect with each other via office-wide competitions or by promoting inter-departmental connections.

Tip 4: A fat paycheck doesn’t mean financial stability. Employers can help staff plan for the future by offering workshops, and through a professional development plan relating to the path they’re on, or the one they’re looking to explore.


Ang, Jerene (2015, February 10).4 tips to make your employees feel loved. Retrieved from http://www.humanresourcesonline.net/4-tips-employees-loved/


Coaching for Higher Performance
July 30-31, 2019

Leaders has a crucial role in achieving the goals and strategies of their organization or company. They act as drivers of the Organization, steering the hired Human Capital that act as key resources and talents in the path that the Organization wants to achieve. Coaching is nowadays recognized and used as a Leadership and Management […]

Building a Culture of Innovation in the Workplace
MAY 22-23, 2019

Organizations (profit or non-profit) are facing change like never before. Driving forces to this change include a rapidly expanding marketplace (globalization), and increasing competition, diversity among consumers, availability of and accessibility to new forms of technology and even a changing workplace culture. Creativity and innovation are keys to the success of a business. Leaders need […]

Problem Solving and Decision Making
August 28-29, 2019

Making effective and timely decisions can contribute to the proper execution of business strategy that ultimately leads to organizational effectiveness. To have this, managers and staff need to be equipped with the skills to decide quickly, implement these decisions and ensure that the implementation is flawless. When done correctly, your organization and its people will: […]

Module 1 Batch 2: The Business Savvy HR
MAY 7-8, 2019

Wondering how The Business Savvy HRBP module can help you develop your mindset and skills towards the business’ growth?     Attend the first module of CIPD’s HR Business Partner Development Program – The Business Savvy HRBP on May 7 –8, 2019. Learn the concepts of being a business savvy and start to make the […]

Strategic Decision Making
JULY 18-19, 2019

Actions must be done when the organization is experiencing difficulties. In this program, participants will learn how to decide, recommend decisions, how to analyze and manage risks such as prevention and contingencies should these happen. In analyzing problems, they learn how to pinpoint through causes and make decisions either to correct or adapt. They also […]

Managerial Leadership
July 11-12, 2019

A managerial leader is someone who can alter his/her roles and responsibilities according to the situation in order to accomplish the organization’s goal. Management is often included as a factor of production. This program will help participants differentiate between Management and Leadership, and acknowledge the key role of managerial leadership in achieving results. They will […]

Effective Conflict Resolution and Solving Employee Performance Issues through Mediation
June 27-28, 2019

Conflict comes in many forms in the business world, involving people and practices. Mediation is an effective means of dispute resolution for any dispute without requiring a third party determination. In this program, the participants learn the basics and conflict management. They will understand concepts and models in mediation as an effective vehicle for conflict […]

Positive Discipline
June 6-7, 2019

This program reinforces the participant’s working knowledge of acceptable standards of behavior in the company. They will understand the role of positive discipline in correcting employee performance problems and help achieve a positive turn-around in performance. Learn and apply the basic concepts behind “due process” through case study analysis. They will be given opportunity to […]


Subscribe to receive our latest updates

View our clients’ testimonials