There are lots of days to celebrate the people who keep your business alive, not just the holidays when the office is closed. Employee appreciation goes a long way toward boosting your staff’s morale, physical wellness and confidence to explore new ways of thinking.
Below are nationally-recognized events for multiple professions where you can validate your staff and your community. A relaxing massage break will show people that you care and that you recognize their strenuous efforts. They’ll love that you took the time to honor them in this touching way, and hopefully it’ll be a surprise.
Employee Appreciation Day: March 4
Your employees are your greatest asset. March 4th is the day to show the people that make up your work family just how very much their work matters.
Volunteer Recognition Day: April 20th
Sometimes the people that make your business work don’t actually work for your business! For those that lend their time with nothing in return, take this day to honor their generosity.
Administrative Professionals Day: April 27th
You may only see them sitting at a desk, but an Administrative Professional’s day is filled with bending, lifting, crouching and often jogging to make sure the job is done. Give their minds and bodies a break.
National Teacher Appreciation Day: May 3
While apples and enamel pins are nice, give your teachers something they may struggle to give themselves: time to relax. Show them the love and patience that they show their students.
International Firefighters Day: May 4th
With one of the top ten most dangerous jobs, firefighters know the depths of stress. A massage day for firefighters stimulates both community and body wellness.
National Nurses Day: May 6th
Nurses are often on their feet for 12 hours a day. Even though their breaks may be interrupted, make the best of their time off the floor and provide special thanks on their day.
Receptionists Day: May 11th
For the person who greets you every day with a smile, give them a real pat on the back. A massage is a perfect thank you for maintaining the office and greeting the world.
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