Employee Recognition Can Be as Easy as a High Five

April 15, 2010

Today is National High Five Day and, without a doubt, this is a Baudville kind of holiday. We’re all about incorporating easy recognition into our daily lives and bringing that same idea to life in many of our products as well.  
Many companies approach the concept of employee recognition with some trepidation, fearing that it will be a complicated, time consuming, and expensive undertaking. But imagine if it were as easy as giving a high five. Or, a “proverbial” high five.

High Five

We designed our new Great Job theme with simple gestures of appreciation in mind, because we know that if recognition is straightforward and easy, it can be as natural as a pat on the back, a fist bump, or a thumbs up from across the room.

This is where the flagship of our Great Job theme, the Cheers Kit™, comes in. It’s packed with five different recognition notes (40 in all, actually), each with a keepsake element and a simple, universal message.

Keep this kit on hand, and in a matter of seconds, you can give a sincere expression of appreciation with an impact that lasts way beyond the initial gesture. All for about $1.00 per note.   

Recognition that’s easy, quick, and cheap? I’ll give that a high five!

Great Job Cheers Kit


Allison is Baudville’s one (and only) Copywriter. She’s been writing for a variety of media for more than eight years, so if she tells you she has been there and done that, she probably has. Before embarking on a career in writing, Allison worked as a department manager where she used Baudville products to motivate her team. She’s what we call a true believer!

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