As a business owner, you should know that it is totally important for you to appreciate the hard work and all the efforts your staffs have tried to present you with. Appreciation is a simple thing with a great impact. You would argue that sufficient salary should be enough as a token of appreciation for your staffs’ performance but it would not hurt if you show more in that particular front. And how you can do this all? Simple; just present an award to one of the best staffs you have at the office. You have the power to set the bar for all of your staffs to strive and you can see who out of them all that can accomplish such an achievement. This is a good way to get them all pumped up and highly spirited and this should be absolutely beneficial for your business as well. Everyone loves a hardworking person and everyone would be more than happy to give their best if that means getting appreciated by their superiors. In short, it never is a loss if you invest in good way to appreciate your staffs.
So, what is the best way of appreciating staffs? The easiest is probably by giving the best of all employees you hire award plaques. I remember when I was named employee of the month and was awarded with a plaque back then. I was doing my job as instructed and delivered good results in return. My boss was so happy with the outcomes that he crowned me his favorite for that month. As a result, I was so proud of what I have done and I was so spurred to do even better the next month. I was crowned employee of the month for six times in a row until I was promoted to a higher position where I was no longer deemed eligible to run for the title.
The plaques I earned in prior are still up on the walls back at home. On them are my name and the month and year I earned the title as well. It is a simple thing, those plaques. But their value far belies their appearance or something. It is the appreciation that prompts those awards to be given to me that means so much. They become the reason I am a successful person now and I would never forget the feeling I have upon receiving them the first time.