Another just began working for the company. They

Another critical element that can keep the high performing seasonal
employees is the confidence they feel in their organization. If an organization
creates a link called trust between leaders and employees, then the success of
retaining seasonal employees will be increased. Trust cannot be developed only
by focusing on directing and ruling without taking consideration of the
employees and with antique approaches. Instead, paying attention to the employees’
qualification, views, thoughts, and concerns by including them starting from
the sectional meetings will allow the workers to feel like their voice is
heard. This will motivate them considerably and allow them to feel confident
with their organization.

Based on the information about the critical points that an
effective organization in order to retain the seasonal employees, how can we
apply them in the Hersey’s approach to ensure that seasonal employees are
coming back from the rural areas?

The most important factor that the manager controls are his
relationship with each employee. The second important factor in the manager’s
ability to motivate employees is to create an organizational working
environment and culture that motivates and empowers employees. This work
culture involves an environment in which trusted employees, Valuable staff,
vision, mission, and strategic framework that they expect to do their jobs. They
receive frequent communications, treated with respect and affection, and enter
in for every aspect of the work they are hired to produce. These are factors
that create an environment where employees are motivated to do their job. No
matter what kind of work environment and culture your organization provides to
support your ability to motivate employees, you can directly influence the
motivation of employees. You can create an environment that provokes employees.

In this study, we describe three different types of followers and
examining how a leader can motivate his employee to work better in the company.

 

 

The first group is composed of
new members, who just began working for the company. They don’t have enough
experience and motivation to work in the company. They are not interested and
could not perform successfully even for the simplest task.

Telling, directing and guiding are the major tools of the leader to
prepare these new people for their service. The leader of the group simply
tells each member what to do, and how they would like them to do it. This
approach is the low relationship and high task means that leader assigns work
and tasks as much as possible without involving any relation. The leader is
already aware that he is dealing with the immature and less experienced
employees who need a lot of guidance. For these categories, leaders and
experienced workers should have tolerance to train, guide and direct them so
that they can gain basic skills and information to contribute some benefits for
the organization.

For example, someone may be hired in the restaurant as a waiter and
can speak several languages, but he does not have enough motivation to continue
work at the restaurant so they lose a helpful person.

Or, for example, a person does not enter the kitchen, but a good
cashier. A manager must be able to identify his abilities and use the optimal
part of him.

What kind of method can be useful for this group of employees to
find enough motivation to work better?

Primary support from newly recruited by colleagues and supervisors
will have a profound impact on their behavior and performance so that they will
succeed in staffing. According to new research findings,
the first days of employment, which is very influential, can have permanent
effects beyond the training seminars or employee familiarization. In fact, the
behaviors that are formed on the basis of the first employee-related
communication, whether positive or negative, will have far deeper effects on
their performance.

For example, a hotel that has different departments, and this hotel
has the main manager and each department has a manager or a supervisor. Now,
with the arrival of a new employee in a section of the manager’s department, it
can be created by introducing the person to the rest of the staff, with the
entire hotel and the parts, and creating a sense of intimacy in the employees. Higher
levels of support also led to more employee commitment to their jobs and the
impression that new employees are getting acquainted with the workplace within
a few weeks and they decrease their supports as a result, newcomers who are
initially openly welcomed may lose their homes by reducing their feelings about
organizational collaboration.

The point that bosses should pay attention to is that those who
have been humiliated by executives are likely to leave their jobs in the first
year. For this reason, researchers believe that managers need to be trained
continuously to help them understand the importance of their feedback and
support. These training should emphasize that the first weeks of work for
newcomers can have a profound impact on their job prospects, and managers can,
by establishing a cultural office, accelerate the process of adapting and
coordinating staff.

Instead of neglecting and hiding negative points in novices,
managers should emphasize that sometimes these problems may occur and should
encourage staff to report on that event.

Most importantly, managers need to understand that a newly
recruited employee will not become a professional and old employee after 2 or 3
weeks to be able to master all matters. The support of an employee in the early
months is important in terms of holding the first successful and successful
career sessions.

The other reason is too much stress because they may not be able to
perform their task and because of being inexperienced, or the volume of work or
unfamiliarity with the work climate. The department manager should explain how
to do his work in detail and by practicing it. So that he can easily complete
the job as it is required. Leaders also can assemble training sessions during
the low volume of the jobs.

The answer to getting these people back to the organization will be
rewarding system since it is one of the most important motives that improve
employees’ satisfaction. Rewarding the employees for their personal and career
development will ensure them to be engaged and motivated for both during and
after the season. The organization can provide, for example, giving bin or
tickets to places of recreation; to take, at least, language courses in their
cities.