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1. Say “thank you” often, and sincerely, face-to-face.
2. Publicly acknowledge hard work and initiative on the company bulletin board, in the newsletter, during meetings and at company social events.
3. Offer the option for arriving an hour late on Monday mornings or leaving an hour early on Friday afternoons when possible.
4. Give bonuses for meeting company financial goals (e.g. money, parties, a trip, etc.). Or, offer time off to an employee who has made a difference.
5. Acknowledge special events (e.g. birthdays, anniversaries of time employed, accomplishments, etc.) either through cards, company newsletters or meetings.
6. Administer quarterly reviews and encourage and/or require employees to provide a self-evaluation.
7. Take time to meet with employees one at a time.
8. Encourage a sense of ownership in work.
9. Involve employees in decisions, especially those that will directly affect them, and the quality progress of the company.
10. Encourage employees to participate in community service programs. Possibly provide incentives for their involvement.