When devices boost motivation

published on 11/08/2022 - 11:06

There are many effective ways to motivate employees. Including the freedom to choose the IT equipment that feels most comfortable. A winning and easy-to-implement strategy within an innovative flexible compensation programme. Demonstration.

Satisfied and more productive employees

Motivated employees are more loyal but above all more productive. It is estimated that one in two employees prefers to use the device of their choice at work. So, why not meet this motivation lever at the time of the talent war? To illustrate the situation, Marc Nagelmackers, Mobility Director at Econocom, often uses an example that makes HR managers smile:

Arriving on the first day and having a 2.5 kg laptop imposed on you when you are a MacBook Pro fan is not the best motivating factor. Forcing the use of unsuitable devices does not make sense. Leave freedom of choice to employees.”

Choose from the best devices

Is it your goal to acquire the latest technology while retaining your money for essential expenses? A subscription model might be the solution.

Convenience is the primary factor that makes subscription models appealing. Subscription models enable businesses to generate recurring income while also giving consumers consistent and reliable content or products.

It’s time to take a chance with BOS, a flexible solution that can assist you in upgrading your technological infrastructure as needed.

Did you know?

  • Nearly half of employees globally believe their current workplace isn't technically smart enough, while 42% of millennial employees say they're willing to quit their job if the technology in their workplace isn't up to date to their expectations.
  • More than 50% of employees expect to work in a smart office within the next five years.
  • More than 80% of millennials say that office technology influences their decision when choosing a job.
  • Half of the employees and three in five people think technology will make face-to-face conversations obsolete in the near future.
  • More than 60% of millennials prefer to receive high-tech perks at work rather than low-tech (like a ping-pong table and a free lunch, for example).
    Source: Econocom
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