You’d have a hard time finding anyone who doesn’t like being recognized for his/her work. Some people might not like public recognition, but any form of recognition is critical to employee retention. That’s because motivation comes from both internal and external factors. People are motivated by their own desire for success and appreciation can fuel that motivation even more.
Importance of Employee Recognition
People have a fundamental need to be valued and appreciated....
Employees thrive on recognition. When companies show their employees appreciation for exceptional work, employee satisfaction and retention increase. If an employee does decide to leave, they will likely do so with positive feelings about the company they worked for.
An employee retention strategy is important for attracting and keeping top talent. While a certain level of attrition is expected, recognizing employee performance will bode well for companies. There’s a reaso...
I was passing through production on my way up to my office this afternoon to blog about another beautiful custom award we created. My eyes aren’t as good as they used to be so I was squinting to see one of our most loyal employees clearly enough to figure out if she was wearing a swim cap to work today. As I got closer I realized Joan had shaved off all of her hair. She explained to me that her sister was going through chemo and promised her as a show of support she would ...
FineAwards.com Employee Profile: Shawn Taylor - 4 years with FineAwards.com
How did you first learn about FineAwards.com? I learned about the job from my brother, who was working with the company.
What is your roll with FineAwards.com? I am a production specialist, but I like to call myself the “It Guy”.
What are 3 words to describe FineAwards.com? Creativity, Service-Oriented, Quality
What do you like the most about FineAwards.com? I engrave these special awar...