It’s been a national holiday for 125 years now. Labor Day is something that many people look forward to as it marks the beginning of one of the best seasons of the year – football. The first Labor Day was celebrated in 1882, and it took 15 years for this day dedicated to the achievements of the American worker to catch on and be acknowledged nationwide. According to the Department of Labor, the “nation pays tribute on Labor Day to the creator of so much of the nation's strength, freedom, and leadership – the American worker.” On Monday, September 2nd, city streets will be filled with parades and festivals honoring the contributions of our workforce.Read More
One week to go for the official “unofficial” Employee Appreciation Day holiday - in case this is news to you its March 1st!
At Engage2Excel we know really terrific people are hard to find, that’s why we believe in the power of delivering appreciation and recognition moments to employees all year long…but we admit we get a little giddy for fun days like this throughout the year to show employees how much you value them.Read More