The facts and the consequences of a disengaged workforce
The roadblocks of traditional employee reward programs and how employers can mitigate these challenges.
How technology can help
The most successful businesses are rooted in an engaged workforce, where employees are valued for their contributions. It seems simple, yet many companies are missing the mark when it comes to connecting their employees with core engagement factors like their company’s mission, their experience of recognition at work, and their workplace culture.
This is the “greatness gap” that many employers are dealing with today. HR and business leaders work hard to create a company mission and vision, craft a culture statement, and roll out employee recognition programs … yet something’s still not clicking.
Watch this webcast, where Sarah-Beth Anders, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Achievers, will reveal results from their 2015 Workforce Report, The Greatness Gap: The State of Employee Disengagement, as well as provide some suggestions on how to transition to an employee recognition and reward program that has the buy-in and support of your business leaders.