Isn't that what you get paid to do?
Unless structures are established to promote gratitude in the workplace, employees are unlikely to say "thanks" for support provided or a job well done. Research in this article reveals the positive impact of expressions of gratitude by colleagues, including increased satisfaction and engagement.
Gratitude makes a difference
Showing gratitude is necessary for a healthy workplace culture and the opportunity for employees to experience true engagement in the workplace. Intentional expressions of gratitude by leaders provide opportunities for peers to express gratitude and help employees reconnect to purpose and worthwhile work.