Rewards and recognition are effective ways to improve performance, increase employee engagement, and create a strong culture. Both rewards and recognition lead to desired performance; what gets rewarded gets repeated. Learn how to design and implement a total rewards program with effective recognition strategies and measure its impact on your business outcomes.
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According to research by LinkedIn, 70% of U.S. employees wouldn’t work at a leading company if it meant they had to tolerate a bad workplace culture. It should come as no surprise then that creating a positive organizational culture is a high-priority initiative for HR leaders today. There are a few reasons why.
American workers are disengaged. But you already know that. You’ve probably seen Gallup’s perennially popular stat that only about one-third of workers are engaged. And so you’d think that with the billions companies have spent on engagement efforts, the needle would have moved more.
And yet … We’re experiencing an engagement crisis in which a great majority of employees are not as motivated or committed as they could be. As they should be.
Asking people to do a job without the benefit of a clear picture of how their work fits in is like asking someone to assemble a jigsaw puzzle without first getting a glimpse of the assembled version on the box top. It can be done, but the progress is slow and frustrating.
In a survey of 1,500 employees and 1,500 senior decision makers, we've discovered 82% of managers report that they prioritise showing timely appreciation and thanks to employees who have done good work.Read more
It doesn’t matter the industry or locale, every organization today is facing the same set of integrated issues: How do you meet the rapid pace of technological changes? How do you effectively attract and retain the talent necessary to ...Read more