The success of any business usually depends on the attitude of the employees at work. Happy employees are considered to be more productive and engaged at the workplace. They usually make best leaders and are excellent at working in teams hence enabling the business to thrive at a high pace. In addition, happy employees are considered to be more creative, innovative as well as strategic in the sense that these employees are able to exploit their full potentials at the workplace. The current competition is stiff and every business requires employees who are more adaptable and eager to take on some new challenges that may occur. The benefits of happy employees are endless. Let take a look on how to be sure to verify your employees and hire happy, productive employees.

How to hire happy, productive employees

1) Have a clear job description

When hiring employees, you should write a clear description of the job that needs to be occupied. Some logistical details about the job position should be included defining the task required, the values as well as the behaviors that can effective suit the position. On this stage, ensure that you state the basic qualification needed and the added advantages that employees can possess. These details will enable to show different between the passionate or potential employees and the under-qualified employees.
2) Share the job description with the passionate or potential employees

After vetting down the most favorable employees to be hired from their qualification, engage in a direct communication with each employee so as to verify their level of interactivity. As some question how each potential candidate can accomplish particular tasks required on the described job position. At this level, you should be keen on watching their enthusiasm about the tasks on the position as well as the passion for the position. Passion for a job ensures that an employee enjoys the task at the position hence happy when fulfilling it.

By sharing the job description with the potential employees, the employer involved in the hiring process is able to evaluate the level of candidate’s potential to meet the basics of the tasks on the position. Furthermore, the potential employee’s interest in doing the task is established hence enabling to hire an individual who will be committed and happy when carrying out the duties.

3) Potential employee introduction.

You should introduce your potential candidate or employee to your team. Every office environment is more productive when employees work as a team or when everyone is working together. Therefore, the existing employees’ team should have an input in helping to hire the correct potential candidate for a job position. You should ask the existing team on how they think about hiring another employee to occupy a particular position and whether potential hire will have any positive impact to the existing job environment.

In conclusion, you should have in mind that the employees needed should be able to contribute positively towards goals of the business. The level of employee’s happiness in the workplace also depends on the individual’s personality when interacting with other. Thus, the most qualified candidate may not be the best employee who can be able to ensure increased productivity and happiness of the existing team. Hence, while selecting look at the personality of a person among other individual characters.

Author's Bio: 

My name is Elaine and I'm a self proclaimed "do it yourself addict". I am the mother of the best 11 year old boy ever and my husband's not too shabby either