Yes! It Does Make Sense to Finance Employee Appreciation!

Hopefully it has been a very busy and profitable holiday season for your business so far and your employees have proven to be real assets! Showing employee appreciation can help keep your workers motivated during long hours and busy schedules.

the importance of financing employee appreciation

Employee Satisfaction is Not Limited to Holiday Benefits

Tokens of appreciation are important all year long, not just during the holiday season.

Workers who feel valued by their employers tend to “buy into” the business and push hard to make the business successful. If the holiday season is a profitable one for you, it may be simple to throw a party or give some gifts.

However, if the holidays are slow time for your business, the last priority may be to find money for a party.

Difficult times, such as a loss of a large account, may be the time when your employees would most benefit from shows of appreciation to keep them motivated and get the business back on track.

So what can you do if funds are low? Turn to National Business Capital & Services for a business loan or line of credit!

The Importance of Employee Appreciation

Your employees are one of your most valuable business assets and it is important to invest in them. As a business owner, your immediate thought may not turn to financing to give gifts to your employees.

Think of it this way. If you have a tool that is necessary to do your business, like a lawn mower for a landscaper, no matter what your financial situation you will find a way to keep it in good repair. Well, your employees are your most valuable tools!

Without them, none of your other tools can function. Showing appreciation during good times and bad, will help keep your employees running smoothly and working at their optimal performance level for you.

How to Invest in Employee Satisfaction

Financing through National is so fast and easy that you can don’t have to waste a lot of time and worry. We have a simple 1-minute application, experts to find the best program for you, funding within days, and a 90% approval rate!

Big, lavish holiday parties are just one way to show employee appreciation. Here are a few others:

  • Cater lunch in the office and extend the time given for lunch.
  • End the work day early and treat your employees to happy hour.
  • Provide breakfast in the office.
  • Offer benefits during lunch hours such as massage, yoga, or nutritional education.
  • Give gift cards to movie theaters so they can enjoy with family or friends.

The tokens can be big or small, expensive or free. Watch employee reactions and listen for feedback to help you choose future gifts.

Finance Employee Appreciation Today

Happy and healthy workers are productive workers. Let National Business Capital help keep your employees motivated! Call us today at  (877) 482-3008, or fill out a 1-minute application online to get the funds you need in as little as 24 hours.

National Business Capital & Services is the #1 FinTech marketplace offering small business loans and services. Harnessing the power of smart technology and even smarter people, we’ve streamlined the approval process to secure over $1 billion in financing for small business owners to date.

Our expert Business Financing Advisors work within our 75+ Lender Marketplace in real time to give you easy access to the best low-interest SBA loans, short and long-term loans and business lines of credit, as well as a full suite of revenue-driving business services.

We strengthen local communities one small business loan at a time. For every deal we fund, we donate 10 meals to Feeding America!


About the Author, Megan Capobianco

Megan is passionate about helping business owners along their journey - providing them with relevant content they can use in their day-to-day operations.

Disclaimer: The information and insights in this article are provided for informational purposes only, and do not constitute financial, legal, tax, business or personal advise from National Business Capital & Services and the author. Do no rely on this information as advice and please consult with your financial advisor, accountant and/or attorney before making any decisions. If you rely solely in this information it is at your own risk. The information is true and accurate to the best of our knowledge, but there maybe errors, omissions, or mistakes.