Meaningful and Appreciated Employee Christmas Gifts

Employee Christmas gifts from gThankYou come with FREE customizable gift enclosure cards for your hollday thanks.

All gThankYou Gift Certificates include customizable Enclosure Cards — FREE!

Employee Christmas gifts are the perfect way to share end-of-year gratitude and strengthen manager-employee relationships.

Choose gThankYou Gift Certificates for popular grocery items like Turkey, Ham, or Turkey or Ham for your employee Christmas gifts this year! It’s a practical, convenient and appreciated way to celebrate the season and your employees at the holidays.

All gThankYou Gift Certificates can be redeemed at major grocery stores nationwide, at the time that’s right for your recipients, for any brandany size and any preparation of the product specified. Our Gift Certificates are Manufacturer Coupons, just like the cents-off coupons everyone is used to.

Plus, you won’t need to worry about finding Christmas cards to accompany your gifts at the last-minute. All gThankYou Gift Certificates come with customized, personalized “Thank You” Enclosure Cards — FREE.

Christmas gifts for employees, accompanied by a heartfelt note of thanks in an Enclosure Card, sends the right message to employees — that you value your relationship with them and want it to continue into the New Year.

A new study conducted by Ultimate Software shows a need for better manager-employee relationships in the workplace. Read on to learn how appreciation plays a role in relationship-building.

How Employee Christmas Gifts Strengthen Workplace Relationships

“We’re witnessing a fundamental shift in how employees view their managers,” says Adam Rogers, Ultimate Software’s chief technology officer. “Manager relationships aren’t just about someone telling you how to do your job, it’s a relationship that has a major impact on employee retention and happiness.”

The study, designed collaboratively with the Center for Generational Kinetics, surveyed 2,000 U.S. employees and managers.

Among the study’s findings:

  • 75 percent of employees say that approachability is the most important quality in an effective manager, but only 50 percent say they have an approachable manager.
  • 71 percent of managers say they know how to motivate their team, but only 44 percent of employees agree that their manager knows how to motivate them.
  • 80 percent of employees think they could do their job without managers and deem them unnecessary.
  • Despite this ambivalent attitude toward managers, a good manager-employee relationship plays a significant role in retention: more than half of surveyed employees say they’d turn down a 10 percent pay increase to stay with a great boss.

The biggest takeaway? The role and expectations for managers are changing — meanwhile, managers aren’t receiving the training, coaching and data they need to know what to change or how to improve.

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What’s clear is that employees want better communication from managers, and more of it. Specifically, managers lead better when they learn how to motivate effectively — and appreciation is key to positive motivation.

According to the The Balance, “If you tell your reporting employees that you value them and their contribution, you are on the right path to motivate employees. Employees appreciate your positive recognition in any form. In fact, make sure that the majority of your interactions with employees are positive and appreciative.”

What better time to share your gratitude than the holiday season? It closes out the year on a high note and sets the tone for the coming New Year.

Choose employee Christmas gifts that employees will actually use and appreciate — like gThankYou Gift Certificates — and accompany your gifts with a warm note of thanks.

Sharing employee Christmas gifts and notes of gratitude is not a one-time transaction. It’s an opportunity to build and strengthen relationships. Encourage all managers in your workplace to take advantage of this communication opportunity!

Download gThankYou’s Guide to Workplace Gift-Giving

Inspired to give amazing holiday gifts this year and share your seasonal gratitude in the workplace? Download your FREE copy of gThankYou’s Ultimate Employee Gift-Giving Guide and begin the process now — just in time for holiday appreciation and gift-giving!

gThankYou’s Ultimate Employee Gift-Giving Guide is updated for 2018 with fresh case studies, more resources and the latest research in HR management. It’s the perfect resource for planning employee gift-giving at the holidays and recognition efforts for the New Year.

Download it FREE today!

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About gThankYou, LLC

Turkey Gift Certificates and Turkey Or Ham Gift Certificates by gThankYou are two of America’s favorite employee gifts and can be redeemed for any brand (Turkey or Turkey Or Ham), at virtually any grocery store in the U.S.

gThankYou, LLC provides company leaders with a variety of easy, meaningful and affordable ways to recognize and reward employees, holiday time or anytime. gThankYou! Certificates of Gratitude and our free Enclosure Cards are personalizable including incorporating your company logo. And, nearly all orders ship same day.

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