Jan. 28, 2013
-- Vancouver, BC
– The professionals who work with Thomas Napiontek know real estate investing and they enjoy what they do. And, that can be attributed, at least for the most part, to the attention Napiontek pays to employee recognition.
Napiontek is a long-time real estate professional, living and working in Vancouver, BC. The firm he helped found is filled with professionals just like him, who love real estate investing and the chance to introduce clients to lucrative opportunities. But even in the best of jobs and fulfilling work can take a toll if employees don’t feel like they’re appreciated. In fact, multiple studies have found that up to two-thirds of employees say they will leave a job where they do not feel appreciated.
Napiontek understands how important employee recognition is to team morale and employee retention. He also understands that when an employee isn’t happy on the job, the customer feels it and is likely to be affected as well. So, to ensure everything is copasetic and everyone is able to continue reaching their financial results as stress-free as possible, he takes personal interest in the company’s recognition program.
A great example of the type of programs Napiontek has installed includes excursions for the entire team to locales that provide rest, relaxation, and teambuilding, as well as a chance to brainstorm in a new environment. One such trip, which the team recently took, was to Whistler, BC, where everyone partook in mountain biking, eating lunch, enjoying teambuilding activities in the park, and just getting some much-needed R&R with colleagues and friends.
“Employees are the life blood of any company,” says Napiontek. “It’s imperative to ensure they’re hard work does not go unnoticed. Because it’s a sure fire bet that if you are thanking them for what they do, there is someone else who would love to take that hard worker off your hands.”About Tom Napiontek
Tom Napiontek is a real estate financial specialist and philanthropist who displays a keen desire for community solidarity and active volunteerism. A real estate investment guru by day, Napiontek divides his free time wisely, giving a large portion of it to organizations in the Vancouver and surrounding areas that share his same desire for a better Canada.