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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