Feb 22, 2016 11:54 PM EST

Traits Most Employees Dislike, Do You Manifest Them?

Satisfied Employees Doing Their Work At A Computer
Employees look at a computer monitor at PT Tokopedia's offices in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Friday, Feb. 19, 2016. Tokopedia's Chief Executive Officer William Tanuwijaya was helping small companies build websites when he began shopping an idea for Indonesia's first Internet shopping hub. It took 11 pitches to get funding, but his startup is now verging on becoming the nation's first unicorn. Photographer: Dimas Ardian/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Being an employer is a very complex job. On the one hand, if your company is successful, you enjoy financial stability. But if not, then you have all sorts of problems in your hands, one of the worst of which is financial problems.

It is therefore very important that you get all the help you need to ensure your company's success. And your first line of defense against company problems is your staff. With all your employees satisfied in their jobs, you will be able to concentrate on expanding your business.

Therefore one of the important keys in ensuring your company's success is satisfied employees. You can ensure their job satisfaction if you will endeavor to be the best employer you can be. And to do that, you must avoid being an employer that most employees dislike. Here are some of the most important things employees don't want with their employees.

1. Low pay

Giving unfair pay is the best way you can drive a good employee out. If you have been giving him heavy work and responsibilities, you must compensate it with the fairest pay scale in the market - or else he will be a good candidate for job piracy.

2. Overwork

Giving more work than necessary will only be good for employees who are just starting out because they want to impress on you that they are good workers. However, if they realize that you are giving them more work than what you are paying them, they will slowly develop a feeling of resentment. No one likes to be cheated, that's why.

3. No appreciation

Everyone needs a pat in the back once in a while. Your employees need this especially if they think that they have given more than they should in a certain project. Show your appreciation by giving commendations or monetary rewards and you'll earn the loyalty and trust of your workers.

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