Offer up a new definition for a higher level of employee engagement along with a pathway to get workers there
Explore the talent management challenges of today's businesses and explain how smart reward programs are connecting issues like leadership development, collaboration and change management to their engagement strategies
Lay out the right approach to making your rewards program do more to meet the new engagement standard
Examine the role behavioral economics can play in shaping everything from communications to goals setting to rewards selection
Outline the importance of data, analytics and configurable technology in making your plan effective now and in the future
Reward and recognition programs can be highly effective tools in driving the most important thing that matters to businesses right now—engaged employees.
When designed and implement properly, employee recognition programs can elevate engagement levels which, in turn, drive improved organizational outcomes. They reinforce the actions of workers who are significantly more productive, customer-focused, and loyal.
What is the value of an engaged employee beyond those high-level measures? As business leaders look to get more from their reward programs, it’s time to make the definition (and expectations) of an engaged employee more actionable.
This webcast outlines what the new benefits of engaged employees are and explain how a smarter recognition approach can drive the types of behaviors and outcomes that are more recognizable and relevant to executives.
Cindy Ventrice, author and employee recognition expert, drives home the point that employee recognition from managers carries more weight and is perceived by employees as more meaningful. She goes on to explain that mangerial recognition is ...
Draw on Hay Group’s global employee opinion database and hear feedback from reward professionals that highlight how financial and non-financial elements of total rewards approaches influence employee engagement.