A successful organization makes every employee (full-time & part time) feel valued and motivated and takes the necessary steps to ensure that every employee knows how they fulfill the mission and achieve the vision through their everyday work. They ensure part- time employees also feel they are part of the team at all times, set clear roles & responsibilities and provide them with the necessary tools and resources they need to deliver best results.
Here goes few keys Tips To Effectively Manage The Part-Time Employees:
1. Feeling as One Team
Involve them in the team meetings or any major events, leaving them out of major company events can lead to them feeling unimportant.
2. Respect , Recognize & Reward
They like to be trusted, admired and respected as they value self-esteem more than the monetary benefits, hence respect & recognize the part-time employees who deliver beyond what is expected of their roles and responsibilities.
3. Flexible flexi time
They want flexibility and work-life balance hence, keep the need for flexibility in mind. It might take a bit of shuffling or careful planning, but this will help in retaining the creamy part-time employees.
4. Enhance the value of commitment
Don’t limit part-timers to certain jobs, Rather than limiting talented & committed professionals to specific jobs, allow for your managers and executives to utilize part-time workers as well.
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