You probably realize how powerful your words can be when you’re praising someone for ajobwell done. By recognizing that person at just the right time with just the right words, youcanimpact that person – and your company – in a highly valuable way, say researchers.Since a compliment’s free to give out and does much for morale and more, it pays to showyourteam much love. According to a new report from employee engagement firm TINYpulse,employees who receive continuous feedback believe that:·Their company is 11% better at taking action on their feedback·

They feel 11% more valued at work·Their work environment is 12% better·They are 9% more likely to refer someone to work for their companyRecognizing your employees for good work, whether said in person or written on aperformancereview, starts with having the right words to express your words of appreciation. Here,TINYpulse offers its top 20 compliments that will express your gratitude, appreciation andencouragement:

1. “Having you on the team makes a huge difference.”

2. “You always find a way to get it done – and done well.”

3. “It’s really admirable how you always see projects through from conception tocompletion.”

4. “Thank you for always speaking up in team meetings and providing a uniqueperspective.”

5. “Your efforts at strengthening our culture have not gone unnoticed.”

6. “Fantastic work!”

7. “Even when the going gets tough, you continue to have the best attitude.”

8. “It’s amazing how you always help new employees get up to speed.”

9. “Wow! Just when I thought your work couldn’t get any better!”

10. “Your work ethic speaks for itself.”

11. “Thanks for always being willing to lend a hand.”

12. “The pride you take in your work is truly inspiring.”

13. “You’re so great to work with.”

14. “I am continually impressed by the results you produce!”

15. “Thank you for being so flexible.”16. “It’s incredible how thorough your work is.”

17. “Your work ethic is out of this world!”

18. “You have an extremely healthy perspective.”

19. “You’re one of the most reliable employees I’ve ever had.”

20. “Thank you for setting a great example for your coworkers.”

This applies to absolutely everyone, from millennial airhead to hardboiled professional,there isno limit to the amount of good that can come from saying thank you.

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