Employee Recognition Ideas: The Power of Praise

The Power of Praise


Many business leaders struggle in coming up with employee recognition ideas yet it is essential when managing your staff. When employees feel that they and their work are valued and appreciated, their productivity rises and they are motivated to continue and improve on their outstanding work. Praise recognition in the workplace is essential in a “want to work here” environment. This also improves moral and loyalty amongst employees and managers.

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How To Actually Improve Employee Performance in Small Businesses

How can I improve employee performance at the workplace?

If you are a small business owner, you have likely asked yourself this question.

If you are looking for some answers, you have come to the right place.

Here are some tips for small businesses to improve employee performance in the workplace.

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Low Employee Morale Is What Happens When Companies Miss This

Have you noticed your employees unhappy at work? Has productivity taken a nose dive?

Maybe your employees are suffering from low morale.

Research shows that higher morale equals a lower turnover rate. Continue reading below to learn how to improve low employee morale.

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This Is What Happens When You Eradicate Low Employee Morale

Happy employees are profitable employees.  

They are 12% more productive than their counterparts because they see themselves as part of the bigger picture; a key player and important voice that helps drive the success of the company.

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How To Raise Low Employee Morale From The Top Down

Low employee morale is a common problem, especially in a small business where employees are deeply connected to the company.

And if it continues for a long amount of time, low morale has the potential to dramatically lower productivity and probability of success.

Though this problem does take lots of time and dedication to properly address, often the root is simple to identify--more often than not, low morale comes from the leaders in the company.

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