by Jenny Klebba on May 31, 2018
2 min read
Recruiting is a demanding job – long hours, huge workloads, and the occasional cranky hiring manager. Here are more than a dozen ideas, some small and some larger, to help your recruiters feel appreciated.
Recruiting is a demanding job – long hours, huge workloads, and the occasional cranky hiring manager. If your recruiters go above and beyond to get the job done, don’t miss the opportunity on June 5 (National Recruiter Recognition Day) to show how much you value their dedication. Here are more than a dozen ideas, some small and some larger, to help them feel appreciated.
As your team’s leader and coach, your personal recognition carries a lot of weight. A handwritten note that details your respect for their personal contribution is a thoughtful thank you at any time of year. To make their national day special, carve out some time for them with one of these ideas:
Your team’s impact goes beyond department goals. Give others in the organization a chance to praise your employees and reinforce the positive results of their hard work by:
Many modern recruiters are interested in building their skills and raising their profile within their professional community. Professional development may already be part of your organization’s game plan, but you can demonstrate your appreciation and respect for your recruiters by extending those efforts a bit further:
Whichever way you choose to celebrate National Recruiter Recognition Day, be sure it is meaningful to the individuals on your team. It doesn’t have to be expensive, but it does need to show you gave it thought and attention. As we all know, when that feeling of being appreciated at work is genuine, it is priceless.