Employee Passion is a positive emotional state of an employee’s mind that is gained as a result of the employee’s perceptions of worthwhile work, self-sufficiency, effective collaboration, career growth, fairness, job recognition, loyalty, and connectedness to the leader and co-workers. It leads to standards of desired behavior the employer wants to get from the employee.
Higher employee passion ensures that workers desire to provide long-term commitment to their organization, demonstrate peak performance, and maintain increased tenure with the organization. As a result, the turnover rate tends to decrease and the organization benefits from higher employee productivity and satisfaction.
There are several core factors that support and extend employee passion. These factors are:
- Engagement: as much a worker is engaged in the work as higher productivity this person tends to demonstrate.
- Motivation: a highly motivated employee always shows greater commitment to the organization.
- Performance: an employee working at a more favorable environment will perform the job better.
- Satisfaction: higher salary rates and reimbursement will make an employee more satisfied.