Thanksgiving is around the corner; here’s how some firms communicate appreciation to their employees
Not all organizations can afford to send an employee on a $25,000 Costa Rican vacation every six months—which is how PharmaLogics Recruiting in Braintree, Mass., recognizes its top sales people.
But every organization can find some way to communicate appreciation for employees’ hard work. With Thanksgiving fast approaching here in the U.S., Ragan.com examines the ways a handful of companies say thank you to their workers.
A pat on the back, a ‘job well done’
Communicators at the Toronto Board of Trade decided they needed a way to mark the small things that employees did to help one another and the minor successes that didn’t garner formal recognition.
So they created a system of “WOW” cards—anyone can fill one out and drop it on someone else’s desk.