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March 4, 2021

Women’s History Month – Big Topics for 2021

Women’s History Month March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate the vital role of women in our national history. Many of the planned 2020 celebrations for this month were postponed due to COVID-19, so last year’s theme of women’s suffrage has been extended into 2021, giving everyone extra time to consider how far […]

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February 24, 2021

6 Ideas for Employee Appreciation Day 2021

Employee Appreciation Day 2021 Employee Appreciation Day 2021 is a special occasion to celebrate the contributions of everyone in your organization. But like nearly every other employee recognition event post-2020, its significance has taken on new meaning and it demands new strategies for involving every employee in a meaningful way. Any ideas for celebrating must […]

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February 17, 2021

Warm Praise for Cold Weather Workers

Blizzard Conditions For the 1 in 4 Americans working remotely in 2021, inclement weather outside doesn’t do much to disrupt the commute to the office. That benefit came in handy for those workers last weekend when the country was hit with a record-breaking winter storm that caused brutal nationwide ice storms, interstate closures, several inches […]

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February 11, 2021

5 Major Incentive Trends for 2021

What’s Working in 2021 Incentive Research Foundation’s annual Trends Report is a reliable industry bellwether for what’s working in the big picture of employee incentives. The 2021 report takes on some extra heavy lifting as it examines how COVID-19, an economic downturn, and a rapid shift to virtual offices have impacted the effectiveness and administration […]

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January 27, 2021

5 Last Minute Ideas for Celebrating Fun at Work Day in 2021

Celebrating Fun at Work During COVID-19 Fun at Work Day is the last Friday of January. It’s there to remind us to slow down a bit after rushing to seize the New Year and maybe have a laugh, relax, and deliberately plan some fun. After everything 2020 brought us, if there was ever a year […]

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January 14, 2021

5 Ways Recognition Will Shape the 2021 Employee Experience

Employee Recognition in 2021 Employee recognition has emerged as a vital component of the employee experience in keeping employees engaged and bonded to company culture during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s no surprise why. Even before we traded the physical office for the virtual, recognition for contributions has been one of our most basic expectations […]

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January 7, 2021

10 Compelling Facts About National Mentoring Month

The Power of Mentorship Those of us lucky enough to have had a strong mentor figure at some point in our lives know how important they can be to career development, personal success, and overall well-being. The facts and statistics on mentoring go a long way to back those experiences up. That’s why January is […]

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December 16, 2020

The Challenge of Wrapping up 2020

The Challenge of Wrapping up 2020 How do you wrap up a year like 2020 and reinvigorate employees to be at their best in 2021? It’s a real challenge companies are facing as we move into the New Year. With COVID-19 still surging, millions still unemployed, and the economy still in disarray, it doesn’t seem […]

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December 10, 2020

15 Short and Powerful New Year Gratitude Quotes

Communication is golden in times of crisis, and no year has put that test more than 2020. As we reach the end of the year, organizations will be sending out communications to their employees to express their gratitude for making it through unprecedented challenges and ring in the New Year. But with so much extra […]

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November 18, 2020

5 Employee Satisfaction Survey Questions You Need to Include for 2021

Why Are Employee Satisfaction Surveys Important? Gathering direct feedback from employees in the form of surveys is a great way to improve your engagement and satisfaction efforts. In some ways it’s the most trustworthy method for reading the pulse of your culture. In a more practical sense, identifying areas of dissatisfaction is required before you […]

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