Employee Appreciation Day

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2023 DateMarch 3, 2023
2024 DateMarch 1, 2024
Employee Appreciation Day

Employee Appreciation Day History

Employee Appreciation Day aims to recognize all the employees around the United States. This day encourages businesses and organizations to plan events and celebrations in recognition of their employee’s performance. It aims to acknowledge their work and let them know they are appreciated.

Employee Appreciation Day was established in 1995 by Recognition Professionals International board member Bob Nelson. It is observed annually on the first Friday of March.

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Employee Appreciation Day Facts

  • According to the U.S. Department of Labor, In November of 2022, employers added 263,000 jobs to the U.S. economy.
  • According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there are about 832 occupations in the United States.
  • Employee satisfaction is the level of happiness or content an employee feels at their job. It is essential in keeping employees motivated and performing at an optimal level. Some ways to increase employee satisfaction include maintaining a positive work environment, offering feedback, bringing balance to work life, and recognizing and rewarding them.
  • According to Fortune 500, the top 5 best companies to work for in 2022 were:
    1) Samsung Electronics
    2 )Microsoft
    3) IBM
    4) Alphabet
    5) Apple

Employee Appreciation Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Appreciate your employees by offering them rewards or incentives for good work. A healthy and positive work environment helps both employers and employees.
  • Hold team member activities to foster connectedness between employees. Happy workplaces lead to an increase in employee satisfaction.
  • Purchase a company toy or item that employees would enjoy. It could be a new coffee machine, a foosball table, exercise equipment, something that lets employees know they're appreciated.
  • Watch a movie that highlights the length employees go for their employers. Some are appreciated and others, not so much. Here are our suggestions:
    Secretary (2002)
    Men at Work (1990)
    The Secret of My Success (1987)

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