Recognizing Service Anniversaries of
Tip of the Month by Ron Jasniowski
managers want to retain good employees. But getting employees to
remain until their ten-year service anniversary is getting harder
simply hoping for employees to stay ten years and then recognizing
their ten-year service anniversary, recognize every service
anniversary of every employee ... publicly. More and more companies
find this is an effective tool for long-term employee
retention and motivation. Service anniversaries also are an
excellent time to appreciate a character trait about the
individual and to describe how they practice the trait. Employees who
are getting recognized aren't the only ones encouraged, their peers also
are encouraged when they realize the company values them as an
who don't recognize one, two and three year service anniversaries
are in jeopardy of losing their employees long before their
ten-year anniversary. Set a date today for the first public
"Unappreciated employees are our most perishable resource."
–Ron Jasniowski ©2002
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