Abraham Maslow's 'Hierarchy of Needs' provides a simple way to understand what your employees require to feel engaged and how to move them up to the highest level of engagement, satisfaction, and effectiveness.
Fair pay, benefits, security, and stability are basic needs. They cannot create engagement, but engagement is not possible if these needs are not being met.
A sense of belonging, career development, and recognition are things managers must provide to create engagement in their employees.
Make sure these are:
As engagement increases and employees become more senior in their careers they look for more autonomy and a chance to create impact. The manager's role at this point is to help facilitate that.
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