Why Employee Empowerment is Critical for Recruitment
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Why Employee Empowerment is Critical for Recruitment

Employee Empowermemt is critical for recruitment

The goal of a very great organization is to strive to become even greater. It puts into place various measures in business elements such as marketing, funding, structure, and expansion, among others. Very few greats have known where the secret lies; in the aspect that no one ever thinks about: employee empowerment.

Employee empowerment, when thinking about it from the human relations point of view, is the self-influenced ability of an individual to take the necessary action and control of decision making and work in an uncontrolled, independent manner. Empowerment involves providing the necessary training, tools, encouragement, motivation, and resources to workers at an organization for optimum performance and increased output of quality goods and services.

Come to think of it, organizations are becoming more aware of the importance of a well-put-together power team of employees and the weight that such a group bears on their companies. Thus, the importance of recruitment cannot be stressed enough. It is an intricate process of sifting through numerous resumes to find that one individual who is the most qualified to fill a previously vacant position. They will go to great lengths to acquire only the best talent that will realize the company’s vision of growth and excellence.

It is an undisputed fact that employees run companies at whatever level, and their input is of utmost importance. The importance of employee empowerment is that when employees are treated as equal stakeholders and key players in the company that they work in, their loyalty to it is strengthened. They are also more likely to make decisions that are in line with the goal of the company as they are keen to play a vital role in seeing it grow and flourish.

Benefits of Employee Empowerment

Some of the various ways in which employee empowerment is beneficial in talent recruitment to include:

1. Referrals by Employees

When employees are tasked with deciding who to bring into the workforce, they know that the fate of the company is in their hands and will be sure to give it their best and refer the people that they know are best suited for the job.

2. Recruiting through Social Networks

Delegating the task of spreading information about job openings at your organization to a few trusted employees through the various social media sites is another unique way recruitment can benefit from employee empowerment.

3. Company’s Careers Website

This section of the company’s site will attract more job-seeking visitors than any other section, so be sure to provide help to prospective candidates by fully equipping the site with the relevant, information that they require to help them get hired.

Few Measures to Increase Employee Empowerment

For employee empowerment to be effectively implemented in the workplace, a few measures can be put in place such as:

#Show that You Value and Appreciate them

The way that you put your points across and the way you express yourself through your words and non-verbal cues will amplify what you think and feel about an employee. Empowered employees are confident of their employer’s value and appreciation of their work and strive to give him their best at everything they do.

#Provide an Open Platform to Listen to What They Have to Say

Forge a healthy communicative relationship with them by giving them room to express their ideas. One way to do this is by lending a listening ear to the ideas they put across and encouraging them on by also asking relevant questions, such as their recommendations and solutions to a problem so that they can know how to handle a case where a similar situation presents itself in your absence.

 #Create a Conducive Work Environment

Employees draw strength from praise and recognition of their work by their employers. Under-
appreciated, overworked, under-compensated and under-praised employees are a direct opposite of employee empowerment. They hardly give their best to their jobs and often end up being a liability to the company. Such kinds of employees make up a bulk of those that skive work or make excuses to avoid work at all.

Motivated employees perform the best in an organization. As an employer, strive to bring out the best in your employees and watch your company grow to become the most profitable it has ever been. After all, a happy employee makes a profitable company.

Danni White
Danni White
Danni White is the senior content manager for Bython Media Inc., a digital media and marketing agency whose web properties include TechFunnel.com and OnlineWhitepapers.com.
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