Praise (2/8)

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Rewarding my employees is important to me, and I’ve found non-financial rewards are just as effective in increasing productivity and employee relationships as financial rewards or bonuses. I ensure to always praise employees when they’ve done great work, regardless of how small or large the project was. I also embrace an open door policy, in which I’m always available to chat if they need me. Similarly, I frequently reach out to employees myself, sending a funny message or just something nice. Getting to know everyone and building genuine relationships makes the workplace overall more rewarding. 

Contributors: Ameet Khabra from Hop Skip Media 

Written by Zak Parker

Journalist, writer, musician, professional procrastinator. I'll add more here later.

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