Deliver employee appreciation to their doorstep
With more people working from home than ever before, it may be easy to put acts of employee appreciation on the back burner. However, experience and ongoing research have proven that actively appreciating employees is an essential part of keeping them happy, engaged, and productive. Can you think of a better time to show your recipients that you appreciate them? We couldn’t either.
Appreciating your team while working remotely doesn’t have to mean that you max out your gift budget and ship everyone a standing desk. However, it can mean maximizing your intent to appreciate and inspire. A study by CareerBuilder found that 50% of employees would feel more appreciated if they were tangibly recognized. Another study revealed that 40% of employees who do not feel meaningfully recognized will not go above their formal responsibilities to get the job done. So, what’s the best way to meaningfully express your gratitude from afar? Virtual gift experiences.
A study by Gallup found that employees who feel engaged and individually recognized are 59% less likely to look for another job. A virtual gift experience can help show them your ongoing commitment to a genuine connection and willingness to prioritize their happiness and well-being. Offering them the option to pick a gift they want and will enjoy using helps recognize your employees as the individuals they are, each with their own personal tastes and styles. And with our Curated Collections of best-in-class brands and products, there’s a gift to suit everyone on your list. The act of appreciating your team should feel like a meaningful chance to celebrate your employees – deliver the party to their place with a great gift.
Chat with a gift expert to learn more about our virtual gift experiences for your employees. Show how much you appreciate them, deliver happiness to their doorstep.
If you’re like us, reconnecting on-site for meetings, events, and incentive trips is probably high on your wishlist but not ranking highly on your current to-do list. The postponement of on-site programs doesn’t mean you can’t, or shouldn’t, start planning ahead in the meantime. Like planting a seed in the ground, the on-site programs you plan now will eventually bloom into memorable gift experiences.
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