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5th March is Employee Appreciation Day, the first opportunity of many this year to thank employees for all they’ve done since last year. Take some time to demonstrate their value, with a company-wide recognition moment or a simple e-card that highlights your appreciation for their great work. We’ll make it easy.

+47%

engagement and innovation for companies that recognised their employees in 2020.

—2020 COVID-19 pulse surveys, O.C. Tanner Institute

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Three ways to make this Employee Appreciation Day exceptional

“When we thought to give every employee a personal gift worthy of their hard work and achievements in 2020, O.C. Tanner made it easy. It helped us bond together and our people loved it.”

—NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Hear what top companies are doing to honour their employees for weathering the pandemic.

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What happens when an organisation appreciates everyone in a big way?

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A big day for an extraordinary year

Employee Appreciation Day 2021 coincides with the anniversary of the Covid-19 pandemic. Which means you may have more to appreciate this year. Join Meghan Stettler and Gary Beckstrand from the O.C. Tanner Institute for a look at some appreciation best practices.

O.C. Tanner gives thousands of organisations around the world the tools and technology to ensure their employees feel appreciated, do their best work, and stay. See how our Culture Cloud™ and Culture-by-Design® approach can help your people thrive at work.

 
 

When the world shut down, employee recognition at Ocwen did not.


Situation:
Ocwen is one of the largest mortgage and lending servicers in America, with over 5,500 employees in the US, India, and the Philippines. At the beginning of the Covid pandemic their IT, Infosec, HR, and Facilities teams worked around the clock to help employees successfully transition to remote work. In less than a month, 90% of employees were equipped to work remotely, while still ensuring seamless operations and service to customers. The company wanted to recognise these teams for their great work and extra efforts.

Solution:
Ocwen gave special recognition through their online platform Applause. An e-certificate signed by the entire executive team was delivered electronically to recipients along with a significant number of Applause points. The company also shared stories of employee accomplishments and peers left comments of appreciation on the Applause Wall of Fame.


Outcome:
Recent surveys indicate employees are “as or more productive” than they were before starting remote work, morale is high, and the company received positive feedback for their response to the Covid crisis.

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