While it’s essential to recognize your workforce regularly, do something special this year for Employee Appreciation Day! After all, your team deserves to feel valued and important to the success of your business.
Employee Appreciation Day is the first Friday every March! A Recognition Professionals International board member and his publishing company created the holiday in 1995, so employers everywhere can focus on showing gratitude to employees on the same day.
HR Experts believe celebrating Employee Appreciation Day is important.
Inc. Magazine contributor Suzanne Lucas (aka “Evil HR Lady“), quotes Globoforce CEO Eric Mosley in “6 Great Ideas for Employee Appreciation Day “:
“Companies should look at Employee Appreciation Day like it’s Valentine’s Day, or Mother’s or Father’s Day. The sentiments we share and the way we make others feel on those days is how we should act every day.”
Make a Commitment to Building the Workplace Culture You Want
In honor of this year’s Employee Appreciation Day, why not make a commitment to yourself and your organization to build a happier, healthier and more loyal workplace?
Download gThankYou’s FREE Day-to-Day Celebration Calendar for expert tips on how to plan daily recognition and organize regular employee celebrations throughout the year. This one-of-a-kind eBook will help you to build an everyday culture of appreciation with month-by-month guides, case studies, research highlights, how-to advice and celebration ideas for specific holidays and anytime.
Use this resource to re-energize your engagement and recognition activities this coming year and lay the foundation for the successful workplace culture you want. What a great gift to you, your colleagues and your company in honor of Employee Appreciation Day!
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