Do you feel appreciated at work? Today, March 7th is “Employee Appreciation Day.”
Does your company make it a priority to not only attract new employees, but also retain its current talent? Do you find that your company is like a revolving door – employees seem to come and go frequently? How can you tell if there is a lack of appreciation? Make it a point to ask.
Why is it important to measure employee appreciation? Employee appreciation and recognition is one of the most effective and affordable ways to reduce turnover, curb absenteeism, increase productivity, and keep employees engaged with their work. Engaged employees are more productive, which produces increased profitability, and they also create stronger customer relationships, and tend to stay longer with their company. How can you measure their level of engagement and appreciation? You can conduct an employee survey that includes both topics. Continue reading