Rewards and Recognition

Design and implement rewards and recognition programs that impact performance and engagement

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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A Culture of Recognition Takes off at United Airlines

November 29, 2018 | Marlon Crawford

Learn how to use recognition to unify a global, remote workforce, address challenges and learn from United’s recognition program program design and implementation approach, and leverage key insights from recognitions to deploy actionable employee development.

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Using the Right Recognition Strategy to Drive Culture

November 16, 2018 | HighGround | HCI

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.

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Recognition Does Not Yield True Results, Right? Wrong.

October 19, 2018 | Gregg Lederman | Reward Gateway

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.

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Show People Their Work Matters, See Engagement Surge

September 4, 2018 | Bill Catlette | HCI

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.

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The Business Case for Recognition

June 12, 2018 | O.C. Tanner

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 ...

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