The Summer months are here once again! This means family vacations are being taken, the weather is becoming nicer, and employees across the country are looking forward to a bit of well-deserved time away from their jobs.
While many will be worrying about how many outfits they can fit into their luggage, many business owners and managers will have a very different concern. As temperatures begin to rise, how can business owners and managers ensure that the summer season won’t have a negative impact on employee productivity?
None the less, Smarter HR Solutions is here with some suggestions that could help you mitigate any complications.
Organize the Company Holidays in Advance
If you happen to find yourself in a situation where 50% of your employees are planning to be off at the same time, it’s very likely that you’re bound to run into complications.
Although, it may be a little late to get any current issues resolved for this year, taking the time now to plan your company’s calendar for next summer is worth a try. Also, before you know it, it will be time for you to start thinking about how you’ll manage your staff over the winter holidays, so if you start now, you can be prepared.
Bring the Summer Feeling to Your Office
When the weather is nice out, there are plenty of other things that your employees would rather be doing than working in the office. It would be worth your while to come up with a few approaches that could be used to raise the employees’ spirits and inject a bit of “oomph” and energy back into the Summer work atmosphere.
Your approach to your employees shouldn’t cost you a fortune. One idea you could use is sponsoring an Ice Cream Social or teaming up with a local personal trainer to provide an early morning or evening outdoor workout. Even the smallest of gestures can make a HUGE impact on your employees’ spirits and productivity!