Employee appreciation day is typically celebrated on the first Friday in March, but don’t get discouraged if you didn’t get a chance to celebrate your employees. Appreciating your employees shouldn't come once a year. Here are some great ideas other companies have implemented to appreciate their workforces.
Our parents all taught is the golden rule. "Do unto others as your would have done to you." In instances of employee appreciation, we broke it down into 3 key rules. If employees are appreciated at the right times and in the right ways, their tenure with the company will be longer and no one will go home and complain about work or their boss or the annoying colleague two cubes down. Here's what we came up with. Have additional suggestions? Leave us a comment.
Employee appreciation is a great tool when used properly. When not used properly employee appreciation efforts can be ineffective and can cost an organization money with no ROI. Ensure your employee appreciation program works for you and your employees by following 3 easy steps.
In a world where employee loyalty and engagement can sometimes be constantly on the decline, it is important for employers to show their top performing employees they appreciate and care about their efforts on a more frequent basis. Here are a few staggering statistics about employee loyalty and engagement over the last yearfrom a recent analysis of Mercer's 2011 What's Working survey of 2,400 U.S. employees and 30,000 employeesworldwide:
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