When was the last time you said, "Thank you"?

02/11/2013 | HR.BLR.com

Valentine's Day actions that can make employees feel more appreciated include a "gratitude board" to encourage employees to write thank-you notes to one another and providing lunch for employees attending a meeting, says Mary Kelly, a business-leadership keynote speaker. "There is no one singular action or activity that will motivate everyone, but sometimes just being thanked goes a long way," Kelly said.

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