Feb 24, 2016
It only comes around once a year. Although you won’t get a day off work (and banks and post offices are still open), this is one unofficial holiday you don’t want to miss.Scroll Down
Recognizing your employees doesn’t have to mean making a big grand gesture but whatever you choose to do, it should be meaningful and memorable. In the spirit of Employee Appreciation Day, read on to learn about a few occasions when employees hoped someone would have taken a little more notice.
It doesn’t take much to let your employees know they’re making a difference – and a little recognition will go a long way. Employees who feel appreciated at work are more likely to create cool new products, give better customer service, collaborate more and burn out less. And who doesn’t want loyal, productive, energized employees?
Mark your calendar for Friday, March 4th.