Cultivating Workplace Community by Doing Good

Support your teams in cultivating workplace community by doing good

When workplace volunteers come together it builds satisfaction, happiness and community engagement. Building workplace community is easy in the summer! Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels

Summer is an opportune time to cultivate workplace community by volunteering in the community as a team. 

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Engaging Remote Workers in 2018: What’s New

Effectively engaging remote workers is increasingly important for employers.Engaging Remote Workers Is Increasingly Necessary

Thanks largely to technology, more and more people — full-time employees, part-timers, and freelancers — are working remotely more and more often. One estimate from 2018 says that 3.9 million Americans now work from home at least half the week, or almost 3 percent of the country’s workforce.

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Treat Employees on National Donut Day

National Donut Day offers a great chance to thank employeesShare Your Workplace Love with Donuts!

Friday, June 1st is National Donut Day and a perfect opportunity to celebrate colleagues with a donut, coffee (and maybe a side of fruit)!

Donuts are a time-honored workplace treat, so it’s fun to have an excuse to pick up a box for the office.

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How to Really Thank a Teacher (According to Teachers)

Thank a teacher today! It's National Teacher Day!

Learn how to really thank a teacher – from teachers themselves!

If you have children and work outside the home, then you know you owe teachers a debt of gratitude. These dedicated professionals choose to spend their time with dozens of kids every day — not just taking care of them, but also preparing them to become informed, thoughtful, and well-behaved members of their communities.

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Workplace “Thank Yous” Are Important, Even Belated

Workplace "Thank You's" are an easy way to help employees feel valued and appreciated.Conventional wisdom suggests sharing workplace “Thank You’s” as close to possible to the act that you are thanking colleagues for. But that’s not always possible, especially in a busy workplace. Another approach is to use a traditional holiday like Thanksgiving, a year-end celebration or an annual event such as National Thank You Month in January as a prescribed time and opportunity to show gratitude to your hard-working team.

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Savvy HR: Celebrating Easter in the Workplace

Celebrating Easter in the workplace can be as easy a fun, bright colored baskets of treats.

Celebrating Easter in the workplace is a great chance to recognize employees with seasonal gratitude and fun, fresh gifts. (Image via ketnyelvugyerek, Flickr)

Celebrating Easter in the workplace welcomes the Spring season!

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10 Last-Minute Employee Appreciation Ideas

Celebrate this Friday with these last minute these easy employee appreciation ideas!

Need last-minute employee appreciation ideas? Try a build-your-own-sundae ice cream social. (Photo via poptech, Flickr)

Didn’t plan ahead for Employee Appreciation Day this Friday, March 2? Or are you just looking for anytime employee appreciation ideas to help you and your team brainstorm for the coming months?

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