Three Ways to Reward Loyal Employees
12th Jul 2016
When you look around your office and see your hardworking employees showing up early, staying late, and giving it their all to get the job done, you may be moved to reward them, to show them how much you appreciate their hard work and dedication. Here are some ideas to reward your employees and to let them know they are a valued part of your organization.
Let your employees come in late on a Monday or Tuesday, especially after a holiday weekend. Letting your employees sleep in after Labor Day or Thanksgiving weekend gives them a little extra time to get the kids to school, to get their neglected household chores done, or even to just stay in bed an extra hour or two.
Providing a delicious and healthy meal for your employees benefits your company in several ways. Firstly, it lets them know that you see their hard work and are doing something substantial to say thanks.
Secondly, eating together helps improve teamwork. Providing time for employees to mingle and get to know each other is a great team building tool. Post Exchange Catering has a corporate catering menu that can’t be beat in Atlanta! You can choose casual appetizers and sandwiches, or extravagant meats or pasta.
Used for decades in Europe, flex-hours allow employees to come in early and leave early, so long as they put in their scheduled number of hours. This doesn't work for all industries, but for those it does work for, it gives the employees the flexibility to pick up kids from work or make doctors appointments without using vacation hours.
When you are looking for a caterer to treat your employees to a catered breakfast or lunch, call Post Exchange Catering, or use our handy online ordering system.