Just in Time for Employee Appreciation Day, Inspire Employees with Tips from Michael C. Fina

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Employee Recognition Company Helps Organizations Celebrate Employee Appreciation Day on March 6

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In honor of Employee Appreciation Day on March 6, Michael C. Fina, a leading provider of global employee recognition and incentive programs, is offering managers quick tips for celebrating employees on the annual day of recognition.

According to Gallup, the number 1 reason workers quit their jobs is due to a bad boss or immediate supervisor. Building positive relationships with employees is a critical management skill, and the tips provided by Michael C. Fina can help hone these skills on Employee Appreciation Day and beyond. They include:

1.    Spread the Word: Clearly communicate the details of the Employee Appreciation Day celebration well ahead, so employees can prepare for and attend the festivities.
2.    Recognize a Recent Accomplishment: Tie the celebration to the company's recent accomplishments, and use the opportunity to motivate and inspire.
3.    Leave Handwritten Notes: Put a personal touch on the celebration--employees will appreciate the thought and effort.
4.    Give a Token Gift: Offer Starbucks gift cards, party favors, themed prizes through a recognition system--give workers something fun and thoughtful to commemorate the day.
5.    Include Virtual Workers: Send remote workers an email, give them a thank-you card, or order them lunch for the day, just don't leave them out.

"Employee Appreciation Day is one of our favorite workplace events, and a great opportunity to show your employees how much you care," said Ashley Fina, president of Michael C. Fina. "It's also perfect for highlighting ongoing recognition efforts within your organization."

For a full list of tips, visit http://info.mcfrecognition.com/Employee-Appreciation-Day-2015.html.

About Michael C. Fina

Michael C. Fina is a leading provider of global employee recognition and incentive programs that not only align with core values and business goals, but also inspire people to do great things. With a focus on personal service, the company's recognition and incentive programs help organizations develop more inspired relationships with their employees. Headquartered in New York since 1935, Michael C. Fina is family-owned and operated and certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council.


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