Did you know that according to Great Place to Work, almost 65% of employees haven’t received any form of praise or recognition for their hard work in the last year?
That means that you have to risk of losing that 65% of your employees since in another survey done by SurveyMonkey, 63% of employees said they wouldn’t look for a new job if they feel recognized.
That’s why you need an answer to the most important question of a modern business setting: how to praise someone professionally?
Employee engagement and retention are closely related to employee recognition. Beyond the paycheck and promotions, employees need an atmosphere where their contributions are recognized and valued to be productive.
A culture of praise goes beyond a simple pat on the back –you need to learn about the art of acknowledging achievements and efforts in a way that connects with your employees.
In this blog post, we are going to talk about the essential aspects of praising someone professionally, give you some tips on how to praise someone, and talk about some employee praise examples.
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Praise Remote Employees Effectively
Praising someone can be as difficult as it is important, especially if you’re working remotely. If you’re a remote-working manager and want to create a culture of recognition, the best choice is to use a praise software integrated with your favorite collaboration tool.
Microsoft Teams users can try and use Teamflect’s recognition software for free with one click, without signing up. If you need an employee engagement software with seamless Microsoft Teams integration, why don’t you: