Archives for March 2013

Employee Spirit Month Tip # 21: How To Write an Employee Newsletter that Keeps Employees Engaged and Connected

Trying to find the story on a good way to raise employee morale? A newsletter is a great way to fill your employees’ needs for recognition, respect, and self-esteem.

Employee Spirit Month Tip # 20: The Secrets to Happiness

Did you know that employees who feel better produce better results? Raise employee morale with -Happiness Lessons- to be happy, enthusiastic, and positive every week of the year.

Employee Spirit Month Tip # 19: Instant Motivation Secret

Looking for immediate employee motivation? Here’s a way to inspire your staff in an instant without taking any time or spending any money.

Employee Morale: Progress Cake

Interested in a way to raise employee motivation? Rewarding the progress of one employee with a -Progress Cake- is motivating to everyone.

Employee Spirit Month Tip # 18: Recognizing Workplace Anniversaries

Looking for a more traditional way to boost employee recognition? Recognizing workplace anniversaries is an important way to show how much you appreciate employee commitment and loyalty.

Employee Spirit Month Tip # 17: Getting Employees Involved

Do you need a way to boost employee morale? Try getting employees involved to energize them and raise their productivity.

Employee Spirit Month Tip # 16: Audio Book Club

How about a new way to raise employee morale? An audio book club can benefit your staff and help with employee motivation.

Employee Spirit Month Tip # 15: Spirit Teams Energize Employees

Here’s a great idea for raising employee spirit. Spirit Teams save time and effort involved in planning morale boosters.

Employee Spirit Month Tip # 14: Spark Plug Awards Keep Your Employees Energized

Would you like a simple and fun way to build employee recognition? These fun certificates add sparks and energize your employees.

Employee Spirit Month Tip # 13: Silly Questions Become Tools for Understanding

Ready for a different way to raise employee morale? Questionnaires that ask silly questions are excellent tools to help employees get to know each other.