Hey Mohamed, how are you? I hope you are doing just fine!
I shall provide you with an explanation of the usage of the verb ''feel'' in the context concerned:
* Firstly, you should know that it is not a typo. As a matter of fact, the main verb of the phrase is not ''feel'', but rather it is ''make''. If you were to use ''feel'' as the main verb of the phrase, then you would say that ''the employee 'feels' important''. However, this is not the construction that is being used here.
The very sentence construction used in this case is that of the usage of the verb ''make'' as having the meaning of ''compel'' or ''force''. So, if you 'make (someone) do (something)', you 'compel' or 'force' them to do it. The grammar pattern for such sentence construction is as follows: ''make + (pronoun) + verb (without the ''to'') + rest of the sentence''.
Please, have a look at the examples below:
1) ''I will make him tell us the truth''.
2) ''Mom made us clean all the house''.
3) ''She can't make me stay''.
4) ''He made me feel happy''.
Did you understand?
Hope that helps!!! :)
Should you have any further doubts, do not hesitate to contact me. I shall be pleased to help!