Want to improve your employee output and lower your staff turnover? Robert Hossary discusses why many companies today are implementing an employee appreciation recognition program as a low-cost option with outstanding results.
The impact of COVID-19 has been felt by many businesses; especially associations who rely on events to generate around 50% of total revenue. Why not stream your awards ceremony?
Australian Disability Enterprises (ADEs) play a valuable role in providing employment opportunities to individuals with disabilities across Australia. It is important to understand that ADEs operate within a commercial context. Currently, ADEs provide employee assistance to approximately 20,000 people with moderate to severe disabilities.
Recent events and government announcements may have a significant impact on your plans and business. Our thoughts go out to everyone who has been affected by the impact of COVID-19.
Acknowledging employees regularly builds intrinsic values in them. Being singled out for a job well done, creating a better process, being a positive influence in the workplace or just caring about the quality of their work, will generate loyalty and pride in an employee. Which in turn will result in greater productivity. This is not to say there isn’t a place for extrinsic incentives in business, but many companies today rely too heavily on monetary rewards and not enough on employee recognition.
“There are a variety of jobs available at Lasercraft, ranging from those with easy tasks to those with more complex tasks. All staff begin with easy tasks and are gradually given more difficult tasks where possible.” Lauren explains.
To celebrate our 30th-anniversary milestone, Lasercraft held a birthday celebration on 28 August 2018 for parents, carers, supported employees, staff, key clients and local VIPs.
At Lasercraft, we strive to provide a safe place for our supported employees to not only work but also to develop themselves as individuals.