At Med Communications, it doesn’t matter if you are in customer service or a pharmacist, we are all working together for the common good for the customers and communities that we serve. The days may be long, projects can get hectic, tight or unreasonable deadlines can cause stress, but through it all, we are a team.
We spend more than half of our waking hours at work with our co-workers; we go through a lot together as colleagues on a daily basis and throughout our careers. That’s why a little appreciation from leaders, supervisors, and from each other can go a long way.
There are many ways companies can show appreciation to their employees: bonuses, flexible schedules, free pizza parties. It doesn’t take much to show employees how much we appreciate their hard work. However, appreciation goes beyond giving material things to everyone once in a while. True appreciation stems from a continuous recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone. Appreciation for each other and the work we do is embedded deep into the culture at Med Communications.
Here are a few of the ways we show appreciation to our employees at Med Communications.
- Above and Beyond (platform for employee recognition)
- Birthday celebrations
- Holiday parties (our Halloween party is pretty legendary)
- Fun Committee that plans events for in-house and remote employees
- Company swag
While all of this is great, even better is the daily support from managers and leaders. True appreciation stems from creating a culture of respect and compassion for our employees, managers, leaders, colleagues, and customers. When we learn to appreciate each other for the work we do, it empowers us to do our best and is a reminder that our labor is valued and necessary.
So, in honor of Employee Appreciation Day (#EmployeeAppreciationDay), the Human Resources team at Med Communications would like all of our employees to know how much we appreciate your hard work on a daily basis. Your labor is valued and necessary to the work we do as a company, and we are committed to creating a culture of appreciation.