With each new year in the workforce, we gain new insight into how to do our job better. We teach and learn from our peers and apply that knowledge to move ahead. Sometimes, however, employees struggle with establishing a process for exchanging ideas, and their job satisfaction suffers as a result.
Friday, March 4, is Employee Appreciation Day in the US and Canada! Employee Appreciation Day is a non-official day celebrated on the first Friday in March, but if you want to show your team just how much you appreciate them, there are some great suggestions in this 2015 Forbes article about Employee Appreciation Day.
Countless factors contribute to how an employee communicates, develops skills, and received recognition in the workplace. Exploring how different generations – Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials, and Gen Z – interact with one another helps shape healthy professional relationships leading to a happier, more productive workplace.
Foster collaboration between your organization’s multi-generational employee base by understanding factors such as motivation tactics, communication style, media style, and more. This knowledge will not only increase overall efficiency, but will also promote teamwork, quality, and productivity.