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Employee Appreciation Day: Monetary compensation, flexible work culture are what young employees look for

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Updated on: 12 August,2022 10:59 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Sarasvati T | sarasvati.nagesh@mid-day.com

Every year the first Friday of March is observed as ‘Employee Appreciation Day’ to acknowledge the contribution of employees towards the objectives of their organisation. While early career professionals feel motivated by workplace appreciation initiatives, they seek better pay and a safe work environment, which will add to their overall growth

Employee Appreciation Day: Monetary compensation, flexible work culture are what young employees look for

A certain degree of autonomy and the ability to express their thoughts are a few of the factors that employees look for at their workplaces. Image for representation: iStock


“Moral uplifting does not satisfy every employee. I believe every employee reaches a saturation level in their professional life, where monetary compensation or a pay hike can act as a motivating factor. For each month's completed targets, the performer can be compensated monetarily or extra days off can be provided,” says Srushti Bhakare, a city-based digital media professional, who began her career as a full-time employee in early 2022, when the country was recovering from the Omicron effect and employers were considering ending the hybrid work system.


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