For you as an employer, here’s a question: Are your workers happily enjoying their work?
If so, they feel appreciated and recognized. This translates into optimal communication in terms of employee engagement, increased productivity and even healthier customer relationships.
Employees will work harder and will be terrific in collaborating with one another.
Conversely, if your employees don’t feel appreciated and recognized, this will cost you profits.
So, make it a priority to show appreciation to your employees.
To learn why and how to show more appreciation – consider the following infographic.
It describes how companies and managers might incorporate more displays of recognition and gratitude into the workplace.
This will maximize your chances to benefit your employees and your organization.
From the Coach’s Corner, here are related strategies:
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“Employee loyalty begins with employer loyalty. Your employees should know that if they do the job they were hired to do with a reasonable amount of competence and efficiency, you will support them.”