Top 5 Employee Recognition Blog Posts of 2014

December 24, 2014

It’s time to put a bow on 2014. As we bring it to a close, let’s take a look at the Top 5 Employee Recognition Blog Posts according to you, our faithful readers!

#1: 6 Ways to Make Your Employee Christmas Gifts Memorable
6 simple ideas to help you present your employee Christmas gifts in a way that will reinforce the value each individual brings to your team and organization.

#2: 6 Free Tools Everyone Should Be Using for Employee Recognition
From eBooks to printables, from informative articles to free eCards, check out these 6 free tools that will help you and your managers become rock stars of employee recognition.

#3: The Countdown to Customer Service Week Has Begun
Customer Service Week is the first full week in October every year. Bookmark this post as you start to plan your festivities for 2015!

#4: Five Misconceptions About Employee Recognition
From “It’s not necessary,” to “It’s expensive,” and beyond, we de-bunk the myths you may be hearing about why companies don’t practice employee recognition.

#5: 6 Simple Ways to Brighten Someone’s Day
Even the smallest gestures can go a long way. Read on for 6 ways to create a positive and encouraging culture by brightening someone's day!



As a team member since 2005, Falon has worn just about every hat the 'ville has to offer. She's seen both sides of working life — as an employee and as a manager — so if it sounds like she knows what she's talking about, we're pretty sure that's why. When she's not juggling between the IDville and Baudville brands, she's been known to whip up a mean diorama - just like that!

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