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Research shows that a motivated, engaged and responsive workforce is substantially more productive than an unmotivated, apathetic group of employees. When workers feel engaged, they are more likely to work harder for the good of the company, because they can see first-hand what their contributions mean to company’s success.

Makakwute Innovative Ltd believes that passion breeds success which is why we focus on teamwork, dedication and accountability. We see our employees as individuals and nurture them by empowering them to grow and values every employee’s contribution to the company.

Accountability is key elements to foster an efficient and productive workforce and the Human Resource department strives to empower all staff to be passionate in all that they do and encourages them to influence decision-making processes and ensure good business outcomes. In addition to being more productive, these employees consistently generate higher-quality results and, they even save the company the time and money it would take to recruit and train their replacements.

Our employees are satisfied with their work, they have a major impact on the growth and success of the company. Developing talent within the company and grooming employees for advancement are ideal ways we prepare them for the future. It is often faster and more effective for us to promote from within, than to search for new talent outside the organization.

We have an idea of which group most of the employees fall into, this enables us time to take action. Creating an environment where employees feel that their contributions are integral to the overall success of the organization can be a challenge, but it is certainly worth the effort. In fact, the top drivers of employee engagement are relatively simple such as beneath:

  • A collaborative work environment
  • Career advancement opportunities
  • Decision-making authority and input
  • Clear organization vision from management
  • Careful use of resources to get the job done
  • Management’s interest in employee well-being