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  string(1537) "Our recent #CPConnect event with Redii really got me thinking about employee engagement and gratitude in the workplace.

Most of us spend more time at work than we do anywhere else. This can be for a number of reasons; whether it’s to drive your own personal goals and development, utilise your brain and skills, or to simply make money and pay the bills. Regardless of the motivation, most people work hard at what they do, to make a difference and support the business by supporting and building on its success.

The truth is it’s very easy for a company to notice when someone is under performing but how often is it noticed when somebody is doing a good job? How often is that hard work and effort appreciated?

Employee happiness, health and wellbeing is a growing concern within many businesses, opportunities to improve and better impact this to better the health of their employees are constantly being explored.

Research shows that employee recognition and appreciation can play a huge part in helping to make employees happier and healthier, as well as helping to improve company culture, morale, respect and general work ethic.

This doesn’t just apply for managers – remember to thank your colleagues for their hard work! No matter how busy your day is, or how snowed under might be, just remember that a little thanks goes a long way."
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Our recent #CPConnect event with Redii really got me thinking about employee engagement and gratitude in the workplace.

Most of us spend more time at work than we do anywhere else. This can be for a number of reasons; whether it’s to drive your own personal goals and development, utilise your brain and skills, or to simply make money and pay the bills. Regardless of the motivation, most people work hard at what they do, to make a difference and support the business by supporting and building on its success.

The truth is it’s very easy for a company to notice when someone is under performing but how often is it noticed when somebody is doing a good job? How often is that hard work and effort appreciated?

Employee happiness, health and wellbeing is a growing concern within many businesses, opportunities to improve and better impact this to better the health of their employees are constantly being explored.

Research shows that employee recognition and appreciation can play a huge part in helping to make employees happier and healthier, as well as helping to improve company culture, morale, respect and general work ethic.

This doesn’t just apply for managers – remember to thank your colleagues for their hard work! No matter how busy your day is, or how snowed under might be, just remember that a little thanks goes a long way.

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