Ideas for Thanking Your Employees

Ideas for Thanking Your Employees  - http://www.peoplemanagementconsulting.com Avatar Posted by cecilwampler under Human Resources
From http://www.peoplemanagementconsulting.com 1905 days ago
Made Hot by: thecorneroffice on August 7, 2014 12:30 pm
Here are a few ideas I have found companies using to thank their employees. I hope these give you a few ideas of your own. You should always be on the lookout for opportunities to thank your employees for great work.





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Written by lyceum
1896 days ago

Cecil:

Go to your profile page and click the Modify button and check-mark:

"Automatically Subscribe to Comment Notifications for My Stories: Automatically Subscribe to Comment Reply Notifications:"



Written by tiroberts
1897 days ago

Fantastic "thanks" ideas. It's really important to for biz's to remember their employees and say thanks to them. Your workers really like to know that they're work is appreciated and that what they do isn't getting ignored. Thanks for sharing your tips with us.

Ti



Written by lyceum
1900 days ago

Cecil: No worries with the time of your response. It is the day after, that is Just-In-Time in my book (as an experienced purchaser! ;)) Are you using the notification system on BizSugar?

I am glad to hear about Jack Welsh's attitude toward his employees.



Written by cecilwampler
1897 days ago

I must not be. I never get any message notifications unless they have been hitting my spam box. I'll check that out.



Written by lyceum
1902 days ago

Cecil: Thank you for sharing ideas on how you could give thank-you notes and actions to employees. Do you have any special company in mind, that is good at saying thanks to their co-workers?



Written by cecilwampler
1900 days ago

Lyceum,

Glad you enjoyed the information. There was really no specific company I was talking about. I have been in a number of organizations and always take special note of ways they recognize good work. I also read a lot of books on the subject, specifically from the CEO point of view. One leader who really took every opportunity to thank someone for their hard work was Jack Welch, who was formerly the CEO of General Electric.

Welch was known to give out handwritten notes of appreciation to his factory employees and I even recall one event where a manager had worked over his anniversary, so he sent the man and his wife on a trip at his expense. At the end of the day, effective leaders know how to make their people feel appreciated in one way or another that goes beyond the paycheck.

Thanks for checking out the site and the great comments and questions. Sorry for the late response.



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