Over the span of a year, you may not always get a thank you from your boss for closing out a big sale or finishing an assignment ahead of schedule. The business environment is very fast-paced, and saying thank you isn’t always the first thing on the agenda. But whether you’re a small business or a large business, it is impossible to escape the Thanksgiving spirit. From the CEO to the intern, all staff members celebrate the day that is set aside to remember the things we are grateful for.
Listed below are four ways to say ‘thanks’ in your business this Thanksgiving.
- Highlight the positive things that have happened in the past year: the awards won, the clients acquired, the clients retained, the targets met, the increases in profit, etc. Digital signs allow you to display a wide range of content from web pages to videos, RSS feeds to simple photos that attract the eye and present your good news in a different way.
- Thank employees for their hard work in the past year. You can use a general message directed at everybody or nominate a certain member whose contributions to the company were outstanding. Digital signage allows you to tailor your message to staff in the accounting department or marketing department for specific things the company appreciates them for.
- If planned in advance, you can encourage employees to share what they like about the company and what they’re grateful for when it comes to their jobs. Aside from being used in a variety or marketing and corporate communications materials, these answers can also be ‘advertised’ around Thanksgiving Day. You can post them on a screen in the lounge area to remind employees about the positives of their job.
- Display ‘thank you’ messages from clients. Displaying client testimonials inside your facility shows your employees the appreciation clients have for their hard work, even if it may seem to go unseen.
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