Simply showing you care for employees may be enough to spark
their enthusiasm. For example, provide new employees with "survival
kits" on their first day of work. The kit should include work
materials, such as your company's employee handbook, and fun items,
including movie theater tickets and office toys to make them feel
In addition, you can invigorate a staff meeting by having your
management team prepare and serve lunch to employees. You also can
make your employees feel more involved in company improvements by
hosting a company New Year's party at which employees make a list
of changes they would like to occur during the year.
Other motivating tools include allowing employees who have met
sales goals to send flowers to anyone they choose. And during your
busy season, send gift certificates to employees' spouses and
significant others as a thank you for being understanding while
employees work overtime. You also can promote employee health by
scheduling fruit or vitamin...
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