RecogNation: An Employee Recognition Blog

Top 5 Employee Recognition Blog Posts of 2014

It’s time to put a bow on 2014. As we bring it to a close, let’s take a look at the Top 5 Employee Recognition Blog Posts according to you, our faithful readers!

#1: 6 Ways to Make Your Employee Christmas Gifts Memorable
6 simple ideas to help you present your employee Christmas gifts in a way that will reinforce the value each individual brings to your team and organization.


Last-Minute Employee Appreciation Idea for the Holidays!

It’s not easy having to be at work when so many people are at home with their families, enjoying time off. It’s important to let them know that they are appreciated throughout the year, but more importantly over the holidays and at the end of the year when people are ready for a break.

Baudville’s selection of FREE holiday ePraise cards help you do just that! There is a great variety of Christmas and New Year cards to send to your team with ease. Just select your card(s), write a message and send now or set up to send at another time. Easy peasy!

Get sending!


Year-End Party in Review: Baudville’s Big Deal 2014

The Baudville holiday party is officially in the books. Every year I look forward to this event – it’s a time to reflect on the year’s achievements, to mingle with some coworkers I don’t talk to on a daily basis, and the event’s entertainment and prizes never disappoint! Here’s how 2014’s celebration went down...

The Theme: Baudville’s Big Deal
This year’s theme was all about making a big deal; from the suggested black, white, and red dress code, to the game we played, to the minute details of table décor and desserts.


Best Staff Celebration Ideas

You believe your staff is the best. They’re hard working, dedicated, and fun to work with. When was the last time you told them that?

You don’t need an official recognition holiday like Teacher Appreciation Week or National Nurses Week to celebrate your staff. Declare your own unofficial appreciation week and plan a celebration worthy of your awesome staff. We suggest planning something small for every day of the week. That way, everyone can participate in the celebration regardless of which days they work.


Five Ho-Ho-Horrible Bosses Who Are on Our Naughty List!

I'm not one of those people who gets overly excited about the holidays, but I am a big ol' sap when it comes to the traditional TV specials. I also like to create a themed tree every year, and a few nights ago, my two—perhaps only—holiday passions collided. As I was finishing the last of my paper flower ornaments, I also had one eye on Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. Although I have seen it multiple times, I perked up when I heard the mean voice of Hermey's boss, who was chiding Hermey for his lack of interest in making toys.




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