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Why Try to Motivate Your Employees? 

By Leo Ramirez Posted on February 6, 2018

There are a thousand different dynamics that affect employees, their attitudes, productivity, and longevity in a job. The unanswered questions are always related to what makes someone happy in the workplace and why do they stay? Is an employer obligated to motivate the people they have hired to get the job done or should that worker come to their tasks sufficiently ready to put their intellectual or physical shoulder into the job? There clearly isn't a formula to resolve these questions prior to hiring or even after an employee has begun their job. But there are certain approaches and philosophies that work, and can mak a difference for a company and its community. 

Inspiration, Finding ROI, Improving Culture, Working Millennials, CSR, Improving Benefits

Author: Leo Ramirez

Leo Ramirez is CEO and co-founder of Encast. He was a very good tennis player when he was young. But he was even better with numbers. His dad told him to stick to math. Leo wanted to be at center court in Wimbledon. But his dad was smarter than he was. Now Leo runs a technology company. And tells people to listen to their parents.

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