Reciprocity, a behavioral economics principle, suggests that individuals feel obligated to reciprocate when someone has done something beneficial for them. Incorporating Reciprocity in employee messaging involves providing value, support, or opportunities to employees, fostering a sense of obligation and encouraging them to reciprocate through increased engagement, productivity, or loyalty.
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