Small, frequent acts of appreciation by leaders -- such as sending handwritten thank-you notes, giving specific praise and remembering people's birthdays -- go a long way toward employee satisfaction, writes Lolly Daskal, who offers 25 such suggestions. "Some leaders take for granted that employees are there to do the work tasked to them, and think that because it is expected, there is no need for a thank you ... that is far from true," she writes.
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