In this interactive presentation, speaker Michael Levy will take you on a brief tour covering the history of employee recognition from its early days to the current dynamic formats. He will highlight what is required for successful recognition programs given today's multi-generational employee populations, focusing on how technology is impacting recognition program design and execution.
Michael will share key data points that can be used to help build a case for a Strategic, Values-Based recognition program and discuss how you can transition from older, legacy recognition/catalog programs to contemporary solutions that are often less expensive and substantially more impactful.
Attendees will learn:
What defines success for a recognition program
Which elements are included in the most successful programs
How do you design programs for a multi-generational population
How to assess the economic costs and opportunities
How to transition from legacy recognition programs to new and updated strategies
People are often the greatest expense, and without engaged employees, companies are simply unable to perform at their best. The concepts around employee recognition have evolved from a “nice-to-have,” into a strategic tool that drives business outcomes.