While employees, as the team that supports us, should always be the recipients of our thanks and recognition, the ways and means to demonstrate our gratitude and recognize them for their efforts are never so abundant as during the holiday season and latter months of the year. As each year comes to a close, we take time to celebrate with our family and friends, all of those people we deem closest to us, as we well should, but each of us spends 40 (or more) hours each week with our co-workers. That amount of time likely far exceeds the amount of time we are able to spend with our loved ones, and as such, it’s only fitting that we should also celebrate with our work family. Read More . . .