Is Employee Recognition Part of Your Company Culture?
What comes to mind when you think about company culture? Maybe it’s trust, honesty, good coworkers, etc. Does employee appreciation come to your mind? Employee appreciation is huge in the workplace! In fact, in a study conducted by The Boston Consulting Group, the main reason employees liked coming to work was to feel appreciated.
The Importance of Appreciation
Even though National Employee Appreciation Day has already passed, it’s important to help people feel appreciated year round. In another study by Bersin & Associates, “companies that provide ample employee recognition have 31% lower voluntary turnover rates than companies that don’t.” Gestures don’t have to be huge, but a simple “thank you” or “you’re appreciated” can suffice. Appreciation can be your secret weapon to reduce employee turnover and create a happier work environment.
Author of Rising Above to Toxic Workplace, Dr. Paul White, discovered four conditions that need to be present in the workplace for true employee appreciation.
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