A Step-by-Step Template to Build Your Ideal Recognition Program
March 13, 2019 | Reward Gateway
According to a survey done by Gallup in 2015, a top factor which raises overall employee engagement is regular praise and recognition from their managers. And that extends beyond the manager-employee relationship, too. The same survey called out that 82% of those surveyed went on to say that praise and recognition helped them improve their job performance.
Why does recognition lead to higher productivity and improved job performance? To answer this question, we can look at decades of research.
American workers are disengaged. But you already know that. You’ve probably seen Gallup’s perennially popular stat that only about one-third of workers are engaged. And so you’d think that with the billions companies have spent on engagement efforts, the needle would have moved more.
And yet … We’re experiencing an engagement crisis in which a great majority of employees are not as motivated or committed as they could be. As they should be.
Discover the three things that motivate and engage today’s workforce, how to implement an engagement and recognition strategy that drives business results, and impactful case studies of leading companies who increased engagement and reduced churn.