As we celebrate Veteran’s Day November 11, hopefully, we think about how much they sacrificed to give us the freedom and rights that we cherish as American citizens. I think about their great sacrifice because I am the son and grandson of a veteran, nephew of a veteran, and father of a soldier.Continue reading “Sacrifice isn’t Easy – Celebrating our Veterans”
Employee Appreciation Day
I love the month of March because on the first Friday in March every year, bosses and supervisors in the United States show their workers/staff how much they’re appreciated. Continue reading “Employee Appreciation Day”
Taking the “Labor” out of Labor Day
In the United States, Labor Day is a holiday celebrated the first Monday in September. It’s a celebration of the American labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers. It constitutes an annual (national) tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of this country. Continue reading “Taking the “Labor” out of Labor Day”
An Employer’s Guide to Retention
The first Friday in March is designated as Employee Appreciation Day, a day reserved for employers to support and reward their workers.
However, if bosses wait until this day to thank or recognize employees, they may have a tough time keeping good employees on staff. Continue reading “An Employer’s Guide to Retention”