On his first day of work, a 29-year-old man was dropped off by his mother at the factory entrance. As he walked away, his mother leaned out the window and shouted, “Have a good day Dear, and don’t work too hard. Remember, the pay is the same.”
In his book, THE ONE THING, author Gary Keller shares a scene from the movie City Slickers. “Curly, the gritty cowboy played by the late Jack Palance, and the city slicker Mitch, played by Billy Crystal, leave the group to search for stray cattle. Suddenly, Curly reins his horse to a stop and turns in the saddle to face Mitch.
Your employees are the engine that makes your company run. They dedicate their time and effort to helping make your business thrive. While you likely appreciate your employees, are you making a conscious effort to voice your appreciation? After all, this is the 12-letter magic word that tells your employees you are aware of their contribution to your success. According to Glassdoor’s Employee