Tag: Employee Appreciation

Development & Evaluation, Employee development

4 Tips for Making Employee Appreciation a Year-Round Initiative

March 3, 2023

Via: HR Hero

The end of the year has been a time of gift-giving and appreciation since ancient times and across a wide variety of cultures and religious traditions. Combine that with many corporate goals’ being based on annual cycles aligned with the […]

Communication, Development & Evaluation

Gratitude Can Reduce Worker Stress

December 28, 2022

Via: HR Hero

Not receiving a “thank you” when holding a door open for a stranger at the store or when helping a friend with an errand can be disheartening and annoying. It can even foster resentment. But while failing to express gratitude […]

Workplace wellness

Great Resignation: More than half of employees who quit feel undervalued

January 31, 2022

Via: HRD America

Employers have a chance to slow down the Great Resignation by saying just two words more often: “thank you.” More than 38 million Americans left their jobs in 2021, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. As a result […]

Workplace wellness

5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Show Your Employees You Appreciate Them

September 17, 2019

Via: HR Hero

By continuing to show employees they are appreciated, you will improve your company’s retention and recruitment efforts. The bottom line is that when organizations implement people-centric approaches and, as a result, their employees feel truly valued, those organizations are able […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee retention

5 Ways to Boost Employee Satisfaction Without Raising Salaries

December 17, 2018

Via: Omega HR Solutions

You need happy employees to have a productive, successful business. While giving your employees a raise is one thing you could do to improve employee satisfaction, ultimately, money can’t buy happiness. As an employer, you need to facilitate a work […]

Workplace wellness

Thanksgiving: A Time to Be Thankful for Good Employees

November 19, 2018

Via: HR Hero

All too often, the employment law advice that we provide as practitioners focuses on issues that relate to problem employees. You know these folks—they’re the troublemakers, the harassers, the pot-stirrers, the chronically absent, and the habitually tardy. They’re the underperformers, […]