Don’t Forget to Recognize the Vets In Your Workplace

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Armed Forces since September 2001, the Bureau of Labor Statistics most recently reported that 120,000 of them are without a job. Employee Recognition Veterans in the Workplace FeaturedOf the 4.2 million veterans in America who served on active duty in the U.S.

A Recognition Moment: An Interview with Jacqueline Scafidi of Zurich

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Meet Jacqueline Scafidi Employee Experience Specialist, Zurich North America. Jacqueline Scafidi is on a team that leads company efforts which examine and evolve the employee experience in the workplace. What is your biggest focus or goal when it comes to the employee experience?

Intention vs. Action: Love Human Beings Not Human Doings

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Check out our blog post How to Use Emotional Intelligence to Drive Employee Engagement. In 2001, she founded Equanimity, Inc. The post Intention vs. Action: Love Human Beings Not Human Doings appeared first on [engage]- The Employee Success and Engagement Blog by Achievers.

A Recognition Moment: An Interview with Jacqueline Scafidi of Zurich

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Employee Experience Specialist, Zurich North America. Jacqueline Scafidi is on a team that leads company efforts which examine and evolve the employee experience in the workplace. We want to take a moment to recognize Jacqueline for her accomplishments in employee engagement.

After Years of 3% Increases, Where Have All the Good Raises Gone?

TLNT: The Business of HR

Cited in the article, analyst firm Aon Hewitt calls this a “drastic shift” based on the firm’s annual survey on salaried employee compensation. percent in 2001, from a high of 10 percent in 1981. Employees don’t get a lot from 3% raises.

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5 Takeaways from the New SHRM/Globoforce Recognition Survey

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2016 SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey. For the data geeks among us, the release of the 2016 SHRM/Globoforce Recognition Survey is like an early holiday gift. in September – nearly the lowest since January 2001. What about the argument for “free recognition?”