Spring officially begins today, March 20th! Hold on, spring weather is coming soon too.Fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer, known for her bright and sunny prints, had this advice:Despite the forecast, live like it’s spring.In the meantime, it’s the perfect time to plan your springtime employee appreciation activities. Not sure you should celebrate Easter in the workplace? Read on and learn why you should and how to take advantage of the joy of the arrival of spring and Easter to celebrate and appreciate employees and customers.
Now’s the time to start your Easter employee appreciation planning! Easter will be here soon.
Why thank employees at Easter?
Besides being a widely celebrated family occasion, it’s a springtime holiday with cultural, non-religious traditions that will appeal to everyone.
Country singer Reba McEntire famously said that Easter is important to her because “it’s a second chance.”
Easter employee appreciation is a great idea, regardless of employee religious affiliation, because it generally marks the beginning of spring and the sense of renewal and gratitude that accompany the new season.
And, as is often the case, Easter coincides with Passover.
In a diverse workplace where the majority of employees may not be Christian, focus on the secular aspects of Easter. Put employee accomplishments and community first!
Read on for five reasons to include Easter employee appreciation in your spring planning this year.