Employee recognition, service anniversary awards, safety incentives and more.
2022 & 2023 Healthcare National Awareness Days & Recognition Calendar
Throughout 2022, there are key days, weeks, and months dedicated to generating awareness for important health topics and recognizing professions.
Healthcare awareness days are centered around recognizing your health care staff – making them a great addition to your employee engagement and recognition program strategies.
Getting In-Depth with Gallup Q12 Employee Surveys
The importance of keeping your employees emotionally engaged in your organization is a constant theme in our Thought Leadership blogs and more recently in our highly popular wall chart, 35 Ways to Influence Corporate Culture and Increase the Bottom Line.
At C.A. Short Company, we have found ourselves often referencing Gallup’s report, “State of the American Workplace,” as it relates to the need for active employee engagement. As part of our recent informative blog series, we’ve regularly pointed to results from Gallup’s Q12 measurements from employee surveys and how they can allow for such effective solutions to be drawn up.
6 Ways to Show Appreciation on Administrative Professionals Day
Administrative Professionals Day is April 27, 2022 and is always observed on the Wednesday of Administrative Professionals Week.
2022 Appreciation Days for School Staff
Throughout 2022, there are key days, weeks, and months dedicated to generating awareness and recognizing school staff.
Celebrating education appreciation days are a nice addition to your employee engagement and recognition program strategies.
Employee Appreciation Day 2022 & Why It's Important to Celebrate
The first Friday in March is Employee Appreciation Day. This year, it’s celebrated on March 4.
It was created to focus the attention of employers — in all industries — on employee recognition.
8 Ideas to Appreciate Nurses During National Nurses Week [May 6-12, 2022]
American Nurses Association (ANA)’s National Nurses Week is celebrated each year from May 6th through May 12th.
The Four Stages of Employee Engagement
In our previous blog, we took a more in-depth look at Gallup’s revolutionary Q12 Survey and how its intentional—and labor intensive—design has lead to new and powerful insights regarding employee engagement. As part of the discussion, we also briefly mentioned how the order of the items deliberately ties into the Four Stages of Employee Engagement. This hierarchy represents the path any employee travels on their way to total engagement in the workplace. So, to further iterate just how important all of these stages are and why focus must be given to each one individually, let’s look deeper into what they represent for the employee.
Employee Engagement: How to Create a Recognition Program [Checklist]
Employee engagement is as personal to your employees as it is to your organization.
People are not engaged in programs, they are engaged in other people.
Creating a strong corporate culture and increasing employee engagement is about fostering that individualism and making it a part of your brand.
By recognizing your employees for that brand loyalty and for living your organization’s vision, you are not just measuring engagement, but growing it.