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Have a Thankful Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is a fun time for most; it's a good time to stop and reflect upon what's going on in your life, in general. It's a given that you will enjoy Thanksgiving with family and friends, but many will also set aside a day to celebrate Thanksgiving in the workplace. Whether your feast at work consists of each employee bringing a covered dish or having it catered in by a swanky restaurant or even going out to a popular restaurant, one thing should remain foremost in your mind: remember to thank your employees for a job well done.

A little praise goes a long way and acknowledging your employees who go that extra mile all the time by helping out others' in the workplace is very reassuring to them. They don't know how much they are appreciated unless you tell them. Take this time to let each person know how valuable he or she is to you and to your company. In turn, this makes happier, more content employees who are going to be happier at work and in the long run, will do a better job for you.

Being thankful does not only apply to your family and friends. It applies to those who run your business and keep things running smoothly for you. On average, you spend eight hours or more a day with your employees and some of those days can present challenges that can sometimes become stressful. Encouragement and thanks can erase stress and will work toward positive attitudes, growth and success. Being thankful can be a catalyst for motivation and positive attitudes all around and it should also motivate you to show your valued employees the support that they need year-round.

Stellaris Group in Marietta, Georgia wants to take this time to say "Thank You," to all of our employees who work hard for us each day and to our customers who depend on our professional Human Resource Management team who assist with recruiting and hiring, employee and labor relations; handbooks, policies and procedures, retirement services and ERISA; OSHA safety programs, government compliance and internal investigations. We are thankful for each and every one of you. Have a Happy Turkey Day!​

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