With Thanksgiving around the corner, it’s time to talk about gratitude in the workplace. The world’s best companies incorporate gratitude into their culture in a meaningful way. A study by Harvard University and Wharton showed that receiving a thank you from a supervisor boosted productivity by more than 50%. Gratitude doesn’t have to be a huge program that sucks up all the time your leadership team doesn’t have. Here’s a 30-day action plan to jump-start the thank you’s now.
Businesses and families are feeling the pain, especially as parents and caregivers make up at least a third of the US workforce of over 150 million. Companies intent on enabling productivity and winning the war for talent, are putting measures in place to help their work families thrive.