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Episode 535:  The Power of Bursaries: “You Are Worth It”
Episode 534: The Power of Bursaries: “You’re Here for the Long Haul”
Episode 533: The Power of Bursaries

Episode 533: The Power of Bursaries

February 17, 2020

Sometimes it’s the smallest act that makes the biggest impact, something as simple as saying please or thank you can turn a day around, and make a life seem that much better. Random Acts of Kindness Day encourages you to get out there and be the light you want to see in the world.

Episode 532: Recognition the NYGH Way: Upskill the Leaders

Episode 532: Recognition the NYGH Way: Upskill the Leaders

February 16, 2020

Innovation has become something of a buzzword these days, but it’s one that represents an important concept that is constantly changing the world.  Any time you come up with a new idea, a new product, or a new service that advances modern technology and finds new ways of doing things, you’ve innovated. 

Companies all over the world are constantly innovating, creating new ways for us to interact with and experience our world. Innovation Day celebrates these intrepid explorers of new ideas and what their work changes about our future.

Episode 531: Recognition the NYGH Way: Individual & Team Options
Episode 530: Recognition the NYGH Way: All Team Event
Episode 529: Recognition the NYGH Way: Special Event

Episode 529: Recognition the NYGH Way: Special Event

February 13, 2020

Employee Legal Awareness Day was established by an Australian lawyer, Paul Brennan. His aim was to emphasise the importance of legal education for employees and small businesses and reduce their risk of legal problems. The day isn’t only about laws though, Brennan also suggests that employees should increase their awareness of their company’s policies. According to him, it is important for employees to have a copy of the employer’s handbook, where you can find information about bereavement policy, attendance and punctuality, conflict of interest statements and non-disclosure agreements.

So, every year employees can get together on this day to celebrate and remember their legal rights, they can feel empowered by their knowledge and participate fully in the legal system that supports them and their business. Although it originated in Australia, this day can be celebrated in offices all over the world, everywhere that people are free to access legal services and their legal rights this day can be openly recognised. In countries with less legal freedom, perhaps the day could be marked by employee demonstrations in the streets or other protests to try and highlight the importance of legal awareness and legal practices in relation to employees and businesses.

Episode 528: Recognition the NYGH Way: Video Showcases
Episode 527: Recognition the NYGH Way: Add Meaningful Awards
Episode 526: Recognition the NYGH Way