How to Bring Employee Productivity to a Good Level

Learn how companies can introduce state-of-the-art technology to boost employee productivity. This is a guest post by Bruce Wahl from Technivorz.

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With increasing demand to streamline all business processes and improve efficiency, it has become vital to bring employee productivity to higher levels. To do that, many companies are introducing various changes to office concepts, monitoring employees and offering incentives for achieving certain targets.


Many companies are introducing changes to the way their offices are organized. Some have introduced the concept of hot desking, where no employee has their designated place, but people choose where they want to work and, more importantly, work in shifts, meaning that each desk can be shared by more people during one day.

Another novelty that is being used to improve employee productivity and motivation is the option to work from home. Not only does it cut the travelling expenses and saves time, but it also helps raise motivation among employees. This makes monitoring performance a bit more complex, but it can still be done using modern technology.

Finally, the days where every office looked the same are long gone. There are now various office designs adjusted to the different types of work performed there. Some are used just for meetings, some for presentations, while there are also special offices for brainstorming sessions. Having a good interior design also helps a lot when it comes to increasing productivity among employees.


Another aspect where technology has brought about major changes is the way you can monitor the activities and locations of employees, both indoors and outdoors. When it comes to finding a colleague indoors, there are solutions that allow you to do just that, while a GPS tracking device can be used to locate either a person or one of the vehicles from your company’s fleet management outdoors.

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What is now also possible is to measure occupancies of areas using a simple app. Having this information is very important when it comes to optimization of the processes at your company. Such apps can also be used to book a meeting room, for example, or simply to provide insight into the availability of offices at any given moment.


No employee will ever be interested in doing their best unless they know exactly what kind of reward they can expect. The type of benefit offered should vary, depending on the person in question. Some people would appreciate an opportunity to work more from home, while others are interested in getting promoted.

Financial incentives are also very popular, and so is an opportunity for learning new skills, which means that there are various ways in which you can reward outstanding your employees’ achievements. What is important, however, is that you offer the type of incentive that people would really appreciate and would be ready to work hard for. It goes without saying, the incentives should be made known to all relevant parties and you would have to keep your promise and deliver your end of the bargain if you want your employees to trust you in the future.


As you can see, most of the things you can do to improve employee productivity are related to some changes you would need to introduce and many of these changes include state-of-the-art technology. Without it, modern office concepts are merely redesigned old offices. Also, technology makes it possible for you to determine the position of people and things, allows co-workers to communicate and bosses to manage the company’s property.

However, there are also innovations which don’t necessarily have to be about modern technology. Having a transparent and attractive reward system for outstanding results and efforts is another feature that will help you boost productivity. Also, it will make your company a much more desirable option among those looking for a job, which should reflect in your business results in the long run.

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