Don’t appreciate your employees only on special occasions; Instead, make it a standard practice to show your gratitude regularly.
No occasion is necessary.
Why give appreciation to employees periodically when you can all year long?
It may sound simple, but often appreciating employees gets overlooked.
A few examples of this might include admiring specific actions, acknowledging their interests, or giving a gift.
The easiest way to do so is to just tell them.
Saying thank you only takes a few seconds of your day.
When employees receive recognition for their good work, they respond well because it confirms that their work is valued by others.
Teamwork between employees is enhanced.
Employee retention increases.
Less on the job accidents.
Lower levels of stress.
Increase in loyalty among employees.
Therefore, appreciating employees results in an increase of satisfaction and efficiency because they are motivated to improve their work.
Then why do managers avoid giving praise?
It’s a win-win for everyone.
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