What are the rewards and recognition practices organizations have in place? What are their plans for their future use? For what length of time are programs implemented? What behaviors are they incentivize? Who is responsible for identifying and rewarding desired behaviors? What resources (time and money) are spent on programs?
What are the challenges experienced in getting buy-in, setting up/identifying KPIs, implementing and communicating the program, and measuring outcomes? What stages are the most difficult and how do organizations overcome these barriers?
With this research conducted in partnership between the Human Capital Institute and GC Incentives, we discover the new and effective ways employers are incentivizing and recognizing employees’ performance. From survey data and interviews with practitioners and thought leaders, we answer a plethora of questions you may have.
Find out how HR can better enable managers to impact employee engagement through fostering personal relationships, applying coaching skills, and reinforcing desirable behavior through appropriate incentives.
The words and actions of individual managers/leaders have a disproportionate impact on the engagement of their people. This HCI Solution Suite is based on a keynote presentation given by Mark Fernandes, Chief Leadership Officer at ...
November 12, 2015 | Jenna Filipkowski | Human Capital Institute
In this signature research, conducted in partnership between the Human Capital Institute and GC Incentives, we explore the greatest challenges facing rewards and recognition programs, and how organizations can address those challenges and find ...