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Tuesday, 21 August 2018 11:32

Labor Day 2018

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Labor Day in the United States is a public holiday celebrated on this first Monday in September. It's actually the last celebration of summer, even though school has already started for most. 
The real significance of Labor Day is that it honors the American labor movement and the contributions that all workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of the country. 
Let's take a little time to really appreciate all American workers, regardless of what they do to contribute to our economy. Many workers go unappreciated these days. The reality is though, American workers are still the most productive in the world, and we owe much to the high standard of living we have today to their muscle, sweat and tears. So this Labor Day, leaders and managers should take a moment to really reflect on what we can do to show our appreciation to the people who make all our businesses great. Here are some ways you can do just that:
• Communicate company goals with all team employees.
• Tell employees what is expected of them and how they will be held accountable (besides in formal reviews).
• Praise and recognize employees for doing things right.
• Actively encourage feedback and input from employees.
• Tell employees regularly, how much you appreciate their efforts.
It's not a hard thing to show employees how much you appreciate their efforts. You just have to do it. And really, absolutely everyone needs to know they are appreciated, regardless of what their job is.
Happy Labor Day!
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