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7. Support by Caring

Brent BeshoreLife is stressful, and while more chaotic, startups are merely an amplification. Whether they’re employees, friends or family, supporting them starts by truly caring. Most businesses care enough about their employees to want them to come to work every day. We care about each employee’s happiness and will do almost anything to help him or her find it.
Brent Beshore, Adventur.es

8. Conduct Regular Reviews

Robert-J.-MooreThis might sound like a lot, but we conduct employee reviews every six weeks. This gives employees an opportunity to pause for a moment, reflect on their job satisfaction and talk about ways to improve it. Some of the best ideas and biggest parts of our company culture have emerged from these meetings.
Robert J. Moore, RJMetrics

 

9. Plan a Weekly Dinner

Rameet ChawlaI try to do dinners with them once a week. I’ll take out a small group, and we just have a good dinner and bond.
Rameet Chawla, Fueled

 

 

10. Keep Communication Open

Heather HuhmanI always make sure my employees feel comfortable enough to let me know when they feel overwhelmed with their assignments. When this happens, I encourage the members of my team to reach out to me to help prioritize their tasks and adjust deadlines.
Heather Huhman, Come Recommended

 

11. Send Employees to Massages

Andrew SaladinoEverybody loves massages, so we send our employees out for a massage once a month to reduce all of that stress from work. This helps relieve body aches, as well as clear the mind for what lies ahead during the next month.
Andrew Saladino, Just Bath Vanities

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