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September 17, 2020

5 Tips for Showing Appreciation on World Gratitude Day

World Gratitude Day, established by the UN in the seventies and celebrated each year on September 21st, is around to remind us how being mindful, showing compassion to oneself and others, and practicing gratitude daily does wonders for not only your mental health, but that of your family, friends, and coworkers too. Healthy Gratitude Studies […]

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December 12, 2019

4 Ways to Make Super Saturday a Super Employee Experience

Black Friday and Cyber Monday get a lot of hype as the end-all be-all shopping days the holiday season, but they pale in comparison to the real busiest shopping day of the year. The final Saturday before Christmas Eve (Dec 21st this year), also known as “Super Saturday”, consistently logs higher online sales and foot […]

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April 4, 2019

3 Key Benefits of Employee Volunteering

The third week of April is National Volunteer Week, an annual event celebrated by the Points of Light organization, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service. It’s a good time to talk about why it’s always a good idea to offer employees volunteer opportunities at least once in the year. Here are the three […]

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March 7, 2019

Marketing a Successful Recognition Program Launch

Even the best-engineered reward, recognition, and incentive programs will be in trouble if employees aren’t connected, informed and aware of the benefits and features they bring. With segmented and remote workforces becoming the norm, effectively communicating and marketing employee rewards is increasingly important, especially when launching or relaunching a program for the first time. Important […]

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February 19, 2018

The Big #$!@ing Secrets of Employee Engagement (Part 3)

No matter what, Gallup and all the other top firms report that only 30-35% of employees are ever engaged. Year after year we wake up to the news that only one third of employees in America actually enjoy going to work, and it is pretty much becoming the norm for the 21st Century. Am I […]

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February 7, 2018

The Big #$!@ing Secrets of Employee Engagement (Part 2)

Employee Engagement – No matter what, Gallup and all the other top firms report that only 30-35% of employees are ever engaged. Year after year we wake up to the news that only one third of employees in America actually enjoy going to work, and it is pretty much becoming the norm for the 21st […]

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January 23, 2018

The Value of Organic Feedback

When done well, rewards and recognition programs build trust and positivity among employees, inspiring them to do great work that improves your bottom line. Research and experience tell us that companies fielding best-practice recognition programs will, in general, be more successful in the areas of turnover, productivity, and profits. But since so many other factors […]

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January 11, 2018

The Big #$!@ing Secrets of Employee Engagement (Part 1)

No matter what, Gallup and all the other top firms report that only 30-35% of employees are ever engaged. Year after year we wake up to the news that only one third of employees in America actually enjoy going to work, and it is pretty much becoming the norm for the 21st Century. Am I […]

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December 7, 2017

2018 is The Year of the Employee

If one apolitical lesson can be learned from 2017, it’s that the speed of life sometimes makes it very difficult to recognize good things we have before us. The holiday season (hopefully) gives us time and space to reflect on another trip around the sun. Here’s what I’ve been thinking about: The arena and scope […]

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