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NATIONAL EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION DAY – First Friday in March

National Employee Appreciation Day - First Friday in March

NATIONAL EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION DAY

Employee Appreciation Day is celebrated annually on the first Friday in March.   This day was created as a way of focusing the attention of all the employers, in all industries on employee recognition.   Celebrations are created and carried out by employers everywhere, and consist of various ways that the deserved appreciation is shown to their employees.

Employees are one of a company’s greatest assets and recognition and appreciation is known as one of the key motivational factors in the workplace.

  • Employee appreciation refers to efforts made by a company’s management to recognize, praise and thank their employees for their contributions to the goals of the company. This appreciation can be expressed in a variety of ways, from rewards to verbal interaction.

  • Expressing employee appreciation increases employee job satisfaction.

NATIONAL EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION DAY HISTORY

Our research has found that National Employee Appreciation Day, an “unofficial” national holiday, was created, in 1995, by Bob Nelson,  a founding Recognition Professional International board member, together with his publishing company, Workman Publishing.

DATES
March 6, 2015
March 4, 2016
March 3, 2017
March 2, 2018
March 1, 2019

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