It Takes a Recognition Culture To Spark Engagement

Achievers

The recent focus on employee engagement has taught us plenty, including how closely tied employee engagement is to an organization’s success, and what happens in this disrupted, transformed workforce without engagement: our top talent moves on. By: Meghan M.

21 fresh employee engagement ideas

Compensation Today

Taylor, PHR, The HR Writer When a workplace is filled with happy and engaged employees, the culture takes on a life of its own. A University of Warwick study found that employees provided with incentives to boost their happiness were between 12 and 20 percent more productive on the job.

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6 benefits of effective recognition [infographic]

O.C. Tanner

But leaders and innovators around the world utilize even more benefits of meaningful appreciation. Recognition Delivers Performance Metrics. Tip: Provide tangible awards or certificates that employees can keep to showcase their great work.

Build Amazing Cultures Anyone Would Want To Be A Part Of On A Budget

SAP Innovation

There, employees are given fancy gifts, allowed to spend time in lavish resting rooms, and receive huge bonuses every time a special occasion arises. But it doesn’t take a huge budget to build employee appreciation ideas. Whether you’re running a law firm where you need to celebrate trial wins or you’re running a winter coat shop where employees try to meet sales objectives, it’s critical to institute little ways for people to be recognized.

Measuring Employee Recognition Program ROI

MTM Recognition

A 2017 study by the Intellective Group found that in 2015 US companies spent $90 billion on non-cash incentives. The average tenure of employees decreased by 6 months between 2014 and 2016. Employee Net Promoter Score. Author: Luke Freeman , Purpose and Performance Group.

Top 16 Blog Posts of 2016

WorkHuman

For one, they highlight the fundamental shift in focus from human capital management to creating a more human employee experience (case in point: the top post is titled “The End of Management as We Know It”). Which factors contribute to a more human employee experience in the workplace?