In recent years, the number of employees who do not feel appreciated at work has grown, and that could be a big problem for companies. When employees are dissatisfied for long enough, they’re more likely to look for another job, which means employers are stuck with high turnover and on-boarding costs.
Every year Employee Appreciation Day falls on the first Friday in March. It's a practice that is not only important influence on your productivity, bottom line, and turnover, it's also something you should be focusing on every day.
Workplace disengagement is a rising trend that no manager likes to see but is happening in businesses all across the country. In just the past four years, employee disengagement rose 17 percent according to Gallup data.
As we start the 4th quarter of 2018 and look ahead to 2019, it's time to start buying gifts, incentives, and rewards for the holiday season. But what do you get your employees that will make a lasting impact?