Robinette Law March 2019

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE From the Desk of Jeffrey Robinette PAGE 1 Online Gaming Safety and Privacy Tips PAGE 1 When Should You Heat or Ice an Injury? PAGE 2 Candy? For Breakfast? PAGE 3 Take a Break PAGE 3 Everything Popcorn PAGE 3 Celebrating Employee Appreciation Day PAGE 4

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Celebrating Employees are the backbone of any business, big or small. If you’re looking for a way to give thanks to your hardworking staff, there’s no better time than now. Employee Appreciation Day is a non- official holiday that takes place on the first Friday of March. However, this holiday doesn’t have to be confined to a single day, nor does it have to be expensive. Employee Appreciation Day



parties, buy lunch for the whole office, or give their workers part of the day off. Other ways to celebrate on that day, month, or throughout the year include:

No matter where they work, employees want to be treated like human beings. When they’ve reached a personal or professional goal or they accomplish a feat for their team, they want to be recognized. And when that recognition is given, employees feel proud of their work and valued as individuals within the company. It doesn’t take much effort to give that praise, and when you do, it affects the whole company in a positive way. Taking the time to value people for the work they do will create a happier and more productive workplace. Let this year’s Employee Appreciation Day be the first day of many to celebrate the efforts of hardworking employees.

In 1995, the idea came to Dr. Bob Nelson — also known as the “Guru of Thank You”— and he put it into action. Dr. Nelson is a founding Recognition Professionals International board member, head of Workman Publishing, and author of “1,001 Ways to Reward Employees.” His goal was to create and bolster the bond between employee and employer in all industries.

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Organizing an after-work gathering Buying surprise snacks for the entire office Practicing flexibility in the office Giving thank-you cards to your staff Creating an encouraging environment

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Praising team efforts and accomplishments Celebrating birthdays


Giving rewards

Recognizing team and individual achievements publicly

An employer can use many different methods to give thanks to their employees. To celebrate, employers across the country throw office

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