Feb 282013

March 1st is Employee Appreciation Day, an occasion for bosses to celebrate the efforts of their employees and recognize them for all of their hard work. If you’re looking for Employee Appreciation Day inspiration, look no further – here are some Just Poppin approved ideas for showing your employees how much you care!

Bunch of flowers isolated on white background

Brighten up the office

Whether it’s a bunch of flowers or a candy dish on the reception desk, there are always ways to make your office feel more homey and inviting. For a personal touch, add some new stationary to each desk and leave a note highlighting one great thing that each person does to make your life easier – while they may already realize how much they help you, you can be sure that they’ll appreciate hearing it!

Thank You Popcorn Gift Tin

Thank You Popcorn Gift Tin

Bring in some snacks

There’s no better way to say thank you than with a dose of something delicious. So this March 1st, why not bring in some treats for your team to enjoy? Of course, here at Just Poppin we think that tins full of delicious popcorn make the ultimate employee gift, but you could also give candy bars or fruit baskets, or even order in pizza for the whole gang at lunchtime.

Plan a team building event

From a night at the bowling alley to a dinner out on the company, there are hundreds of fun, inexpensive ways for your team to get together, bond, and boost morale. For bonus boss points, send out an email with a poll, asking your employees what they’d like to do to celebrate. Putting the ball in their court will make them feel even more appreciated, and guarantees that they’ll have fun on the big night out!


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