- Get your top employees involved in their jobs description, so they feel they have genuine input.
- Put the emphasis on active, engaging verbs such as "analyzes", "sets up" or "operates."
- Build in clear goals so that employees can see visible progress and results.
- Ensure that the work is challenging enough for the employee: don't hire somebody with too many skills for the job. Generation "Y" employees don't like jobs that feel trivial.
- Give your employees enough leeway to be independent, which encourages personal and professional development.
- Compensate your employees based on their performance.
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