There are many things employees can do by themselves to directly increase productivity, but for long-term management and improvement of productivity, HR specialists have recommended fitting solutions that are both effective and beneficial to the company and its employees.
1) Rewarding Systems
When employees feel that they are being rewarded fairly for the work they do and comprehensive rewarding systems are in place, productivity in the workplace increases as rewards boost morale and act as incentives. These rewards are not always monetary, but often can be. Non-monetary rewards may include anything from training and development to flexible working hours and time off. Rewards often vary depending on the work environment, an employee's role, and the company's resources to support the rewarding systems.
2) Conflict Management
Monitoring and solving conflict management is important for employees both personally and professionally. Conflicts may cause delayed work, and inconsistent conflict management causes a sense of instability in the work environment, and so consistent, productive and immediate conflict management is vital for employees to be heard, valued, and taken care of in the space they're in, inevitably affecting their productivity at work.
Clear, efficient, and fair guidelines at work are essential for several aspects of an employee's daily life, as well as their overall time and experience at their place of employment. Employers are responsible for creating a healthy, well-balanced working experience for employees to reach their potential and work in an effective manner, and can do so by following HR's lead and recommendations to achieve workplace productivity.