Employee Appreciation Day
Employee Appreciation Day is observed next on Friday, March 3rd, 2023 (283 days from today).
With the growing life and industries in the field of industrialization and modernization are developing in most countries in the world. Employees are the majority of people who create value as well as make great contributions to the development of businesses. To show gratitude to national employees, Employee Appreciation Day is held annually on the first Monday of March. To recognize the dedication and contributions of employees to businesses and companies across the country.
Employee is a term that refers to an individual who is employed through various forms by someone who has a need to use the workforce to perform a particular job. Therefore, it can be understood that employees are employees. The current labor market has extremely abundant human resources, but recruiting the right employees for the company and especially high-quality human resources is not easy.
With the above definition, employee is the term that denotes the relationship between a company, business and an individual. And in order for this relationship to be stronger, there will be a contract, also known as a labor contract, in place. This contract will stipulate the rights and responsibilities of the two parties to the signing, along with the commitments to comply with the terms stated in this labor contract. In the most general and simplest way, we can understand that an employee is an employee who works in any organization, company or enterprise and is regulated by a labor contract signed between individuals. That is with the company or business we work for.
Employees are one of a company's greatest assets. Recognition and appreciation are considered as one of the important motivational factors in the workplace. Employers can express their gratitude for their employees' efforts and contributions towards company goals in a variety of ways. Many organizations find that employee appreciation as part of their business structure. It shows they appreciate their employees and keep morale high in the workplace. Employers who show employee appreciation, of course also tend to increase employee job satisfaction.
While showing employees how much you appreciate them, ask them how they would like to be thanked. Employers can find a consensus of three or four that can best serve your industry as a whole. It can also save some head. Last year, did you over budget for an ice cream parlor when your group enjoyed the local chiropractor's discount services? With enthusiasm, positive, consider the nature of your business besides consider how your employees celebrate.
Although the personalities of employees vary, most employees are goal-oriented. Earning awards, thanks or recognition will motivate them to achieve higher goals for the benefit of any business or organization.
History of Employee Appreciation Day
Bob Nelson was the first to organize national employee appreciation day in 1995. Since then, National Employee Appreciation Day has been welcomed by many countries and businesses and planned to organize activities. gratitude to its employees.
Observing Employee Appreciation Day
There are many ways to celebrate Employee Appreciation Day. Just by saying thank you, you will increase employee productivity, make them happy and contribute more to the company. However, showing gratitude isn't as simple as going to their desk and uttering a brief, appreciative statement, but the way you show it, when, and why you say it is very important. In fact, some managers say thank you the wrong way, causing negative effects. So, if you are a manager, consider choosing a sincere thank you that has a positive impact on your employees.
Besides, a handwritten thank you note is one of the best ways to make your employees feel more motivated. Your thanks to them for a job well done should be personal and concise. Be sure to leave it on their desk so they can see it the next day. For example, "Your presentation was great. Keep it up!". You will surprise them, while also increasing their confidence and productivity.
If you want to express gratitude to a group of people, consider sending it by email. In it, it is emphasized that effective cooperation is the cause of success and that by cooperating well, they can do the impossible.
You can also recognize departmental accomplishments by emailing the entire company to express appreciation for their dedication. This will also motivate other teams to work harder to get that compliment!
Thanking employees for their hard work can also be done in meetings or in any other situation where you believe the compliment is well deserved.
Appreciating your employees in front of others can benefit their self-esteem! In addition, it also has the effect of motivating the remaining members to follow and develop together. However, comparisons of employees should be avoided. You might think handwritten letters are outdated but it's a pretty heartfelt way to express gratitude! Letters of recognition and praise for employee performance can be longer than personal and more elaborate notes if you want. It shows that you appreciate their efforts and that they will feel special. Furthermore, a handwritten letter is much more memorable than sample typed thank you letters, which can be copied by anyone. Another more practical way to show gratitude is with small gifts that aren't too expensive or out of balance your budget.
Think about items that represent the message of appreciation you want to convey. After completing a successful project or during the holidays, share it with deserving employees. Share your Employee Appreciation Day on social media with the hashtag #EmployeeAppreciationDay.
ObservedEmployee Appreciation Day has been observed the first Friday in March.
Friday, March 5th, 2021
Friday, March 4th, 2022
Friday, March 3rd, 2023
Friday, March 1st, 2024
Friday, March 7th, 2025
Dr. Bob Nelson in 1995