When it comes to the workplace, having a motivated and engaged workforce is essential for success as it can improve productivity, employee retention, and customer service.
However, many businesses struggle with employee engagement; a recent survey by Management Consulting Company Gallup, has shown as little as 9% of UK employees are truly engaged in their work. This is known as the “motivation gap,” and it is something that business leaders must take seriously if they want to build a successful company.
The answer to this?
In some cases, the power of employee appreciation can often be overlooked, yet there are so many opportunities to demonstrate it.
To celebrate Employee Appreciation Day, let’s take a look at ways leaders can motivate their workforce: