Ideas For Employee Appreciation
Praise and rewards can do wonders to bolster an employee’s self-confidence and morale. No one can deny the effect praise and recognition can have on people. Even with your family at home, there are many ways you can reward people for a job well done.
When you praise someone, you let them know you’re aware of their hard work. You acknowledge they’ve put forth a great effort to accomplish something and you’re celebrating with them for their accomplishment.
How To Reward People For A Job Well Done
As with genuinely praising an employee or family member when they’ve done well, there are other ways to reward them without having to spend money.
Reduce The Supervision
Some people are happier and do much better work when they’re allowed to work on their own. Giving an employee more freedom can be an excellent reward.
Give Them A New Title
Job titles don’t always have to mean more money. Sometimes receiving a title means more than getting a few more dollars in their paycheck. It shows that you’re pleased with their work.
Publicly Recognize The People Who Do Their Job Well
At your next staff meeting, present that person with a certificate. Create a bulletin board in the staff lounge that has photographs of honored employees to continue to recognize them for their good work.
One of the best ways to publicly praise an employee is to write them a LinkedIn Recommendation.
Consider Discount Coupons
During the pre-Covid life, this could mean free passes to the movies theaters. Considering the new normal, you may consider a prepaid card for shopping.
Use some of these ways to reward people for a job well done. Not only will your team enjoy their job and the workplace much more, but you’ll find they’re more productive as well. Recognize and reward a job well done and your company will ultimately reap the benefits.
Mandy Fard is a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW, CMRW) and Recruiter with decades of experience in assisting job seekers, working directly with employers in multiple industries, and writing proven-effective resumes.