Employee Appreciation Day is approaching on March 6th and Rymax has some suggestions on ways to show your team they are appreciated and valued. The expression of appreciation increases an employee’s well-being and engagement, as well company commitment. This recognition day is celebrated every year on the first Friday in March and serves as a way for companies across the nation to thank their employees for their hard work and efforts throughout the year.
Today is Halloween; a fun and exciting holiday for people of all ages thanks to the endless supply of candy, fun costumes, month-long scary movie specials on TV and more.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a worldwide annual campaign taking place in October, involving thousands of organizations, to highlight the importance of breast cancer awareness, education and research. During this time of year, employees and companies should take time to examine the impact of charity initiatives in the workplace, whether it be Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Local Coat Drives, Toys for Tots, Red Cross Natural Disaster Relief or any other charity of corporate choice.
Your employees are one of your organization’s greatest strengths, especially the top performers. In addition to lost productivity, the cost of recruiting and replacing an employee can be as much as 75% of a position’s annual salary. You’ll find that employees are more engaged with organizational goals and less likely to quit if they are given chances to grow and develop professionally.
January 24th is National Compliment Day. There are a million ways to pay someone a compliment. In the workplace, a compliment can go a long way. Recognizing employees for a job well done can increase performance, bolster retention and boost your bottom line.
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