The Employee Recognition Landscape is Changing

China Gorman

With the economy and hiring improving, businesses are wise to become concerned that the “grass is greener” syndrome may take hold of their very best employees. The employees who are super marketable as job opening grow. (In

Trends in Employee Recognition: Culture-Oriented/Results-Driven


— Results-driven recognition programs that focus on deeply embedding recognition into the company culture have the greatest impact on employee engagement, motivation, satisfaction and retention. Employee recognition is not a nice-to-have soft-skill.

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Bersin Says “Thanks” Critical for Employee Engagement


— There are many drivers of employee engagement, but feedback, recognition and “thanks” lead the charge. As soft as it seems, saying “thank you” is an extraordinary tool to building an engaged team. by Derek Irvine. Recognize This!

The Academics of Employee Recognition


For me, when I say “I’m in the employee recognition business,” often I receive a look like I have six heads. I have my standard 30-second speech which illustrates that I help organizations achieve optimum employee engagement levels through relevant and targeted recognition programs. Like a good scholar, an organization’s employee recognition program(s) must be well rounded in science, art, and math in order to achieve its full potential. (As

Measuring Employee Recognition Program ROI

MTM Recognition

Recognition for outstanding performance has been part of human society through history. 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.

Discover the irrefutable case for employee recognition


You’ve seen the YouTube videos of happy flight attendants creatively rapping the in-flight safety instructions, or read the stories of employees who have gone way beyond their job duties to help a customer. Or would the companies be so successful without engaged employees?

4 essential ingredients of employee engagement to add in 2015


When it comes to maintaining high engagement levels, managers should play a primary role in making this happen. Employee Engagement career development employee engagement employee productivity employee recognition employee retention

Employee engagement: the buzzword for business success


The term, “employee engagement,” earned itself buzzword status in 2014, and with good reason. As you prepare for 2015, here’s a roundup of some of our favorite articles and resources from 2014 to help you engage, align, recognize, and reward your employees in the new year. . .

Checklist for Effective Employee Recognition


When used effectively, employee recognition is an incredibly powerful motivational tool. The Cicero group has found that 53% of employees said their work relationships would improve if they were recognized more often. Not all employee recognition programs resonate with employees.

Revamp Your Employee Recognition Strategy to Drive Results


Considering this, businesses should be concerned that only 13 percent of the global workforce are engaged employees. It’s important to take the same approach with creating a meaningful employee recognition strategy. Try administering an employee engagement survey.

Employee Engagement Goals for Managers


We know that, if there’s anything that makes a manager’s job less stressful, it’s having a team full of engaged employees! Engaged employees keep the fire of inspiration burning. Consider Apps for Mobile Recognition and Rewards.

Employee Engagement is Key


She says: “How do you continue to recognize your employees through the fast paced environment? Whereas leaders we get bogged down with managing multiple priorities at times although we know this is key for employee engagement but it just slips through the hands.”

5 Things You Think Are Employee Recognition, But Are Not


Being in the employee recognition industry, when we ask people what their organization does to recognize their employees, we get all kinds of different answers. And every once in a while, when we ask ‘what do you do for employee recognition?’

5 tips for creating your employee recognition road map


If you’re like most employees, not a lot has changed. You probably like recognition and rewards just as much now as you did then. Employee recognition fulfills our intrinsic need to be acknowledged for our achievements, and motivates us by making us feel accepted.

Strategic HR: Making Employee Recognition a Priority


Here are three main reasons why employee recognition […]. The post Strategic HR: Making Employee Recognition a Priority appeared first on BambooHR Blog. General HR business value employee engagement employee retention HR human resources long-term goals strategic HRStrategic HR is doing work that supports your company’s long-term business goals and outcomes. People are a huge part in the success of your company.

5 Tips For Effective Multigenerational Employee Recognition


Tanner Institute global research study found that all employees, regardless of age, are far more engaged, driven and connected to the company when they’re recognized for their contributions. Deepen engagement by holding younger employees accountable and building trust for older workers.

Employee Engagement: How to Measure What Matters


Recently, there have been some eye-opening reports about the state of employee engagement, both here in the U.S. workers are not engaged at work. Do you know how well your engagement programs are working? An engaged workforce is almost always a profitable workforce.

How to Engage Healthcare Employees through Employee Recognition

Total Employee Recognition

This post is the 7th in a series of eight blog posts about engaging employees in the healthcare industry. World at Work defines employee recognition as,". the acknowledgment or special attention to an employee’s efforts or positive performance."

4 strategies for employee recognition that work for the millennial generation


By Deb LaMere, Vice President of Employee Engagement at Ceridian. How are your employees unique in today’s workforce? What makes them stay engaged, […]. Uncategorized compensation employee engagement employee recognition millennial A big part of the job is knowing how to adjust your strategies for human capital management to accommodate the specific needs of the people working for you.

Trend alert: Employee recognition is hot and lapel pins are not


We hate to be the one to tell you this, but a lot of employees think sporting a company lapel pin is about as “in” as wearing socks with sandals. There are much better ways to reward your employees and reinforce your brand besides just handing out tchotchkes. Cross-team recognition.

The importance of employee recognition


The importance of employee recognition is often overlooked – are you aware of the impact? Employee recognition is essential for motivating, retaining and fully engaging our employees. What employee recognition is – and what it isn’t.

Surprise! Survey Shows How Employee Recognition Landscape is Changing

TLNT: The Business of HR

The fifth research report in an annual partnership between SHRM and Globoforce ( the 2015 Employee Recognition Survey ) was published this week. Engagement is dropping – and a top challenge. Recognition adds to the bottom line.

Employee Recognition: A Proven Strategy


It’s worth noting that employee recognition investments have very little trouble justifying their expenditures. Recognizing employees provides a variety of business benefits. It helps companies translate corporate goals into individual employee action.

Employee Engagement & the City

Boost Rewards

Employee engagement on the list (as a percentage) ranged from 69.3%-75.2%. If you haven’t already, it’s worth measuring to gain a deeper insight to the happiness of your employees. The post Employee Engagement & the City appeared first on Boost Rewards. Boost Blog Best cities for engagement Employee engagement Employee recognitionTo qualify, each city needs 30 organizations to participate in the survey.

Employee Engagement & Retention: Is Pay an Employee Motivator?

Total Employee Recognition

Giving an employee their paycheck is truly nothing more than paying a bill - you're simply making a payment for services rendered. Employee recognition and their pay for performance are two totally different points of discussion. Employee RecognitionLet's be honest.

Budgeting for Employee Engagement


Are you wanting to implement a new employee engagement program, but questioning where in the heck you will find the money to make it happen? But we’ve learned by working with so many wonderful companies that, not only is employee engagement an indication of a healthy culture, it’s also a measure of key business success and future profits. “Rent-2-Own’s budget for employee incentives used to fall well into the six figures each year.

5 Ways HR Impacts Employee Engagement [QUIZ]


Employee engagement is one of the biggest challenges we face in HR. We’re tasked with the job to hire, train and retain great people, but those employees will never be great if they’re not engaged. And currently, less than one-third of all employees feel they’re engaged in their work. Do you know how engaged your […]. The post 5 Ways HR Impacts Employee Engagement [QUIZ] appeared first on BambooHR Blog.

NSF International – An Employee Recognition Case Study


Without engaged employees, organizations will struggle to prosper. As a result, CEOs are on the hunt for the silver bullet to help them gain the edge when it comes to engaging their people with the mission, vision and values of the business.

8 elements of employee engagement needed to build a top workplace


If you want your organization to truly max out its potential for employee retention and productivity, you have to do more than simply make sure people show up to work each day and complete their regular tasks. You have to build a workforce that is highly engaged and eager […]. by Sara Hill, Chief Human Resources Office at Ceridian.

Announcing the 2015 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ winners!


Today, we’re excited to announce the 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in North America for 2015. This annual award recognizes top employers that display leadership and innovation in engaging their workplaces.

Employee recognition on Slack with Tap My Back new integration

Tap My Back

Would you like to have public peer-recognition in your Slack channels? Now your Tap My Back team is integrated with slack and every time a team members gets recognition, your team will be notified via Slack.

Employee Recognition: How it’s Done and Why it’s Vital

Spark Hire

One of the biggest mistakes an employer can make in dealing with employees is to expect that a paycheck is a sufficient form of employee recognition. 4 ways to recognize employee achievement. Shaping better workplaces and better employees. Employee Engagement

How to Sell Employee Recognition to a Skeptical Executive


Two thirds of employees don’t believe senior leadership supports recognition programs. Unsurprisingly, 83 percent report their organization’s culture doesn’t support recognition. The evidence here will help recognition champions address the most common skepticism in the C-suite.

Customer Service Excellence is Fueled by Employee Recognition at Northwest Texas Healthcare System


Northwest Texas Healthcare System is comprised of five facilities and 1900 employees serving patients in and around Amarillo, Texas. NWTHS believes in instant, daily, monthly and annual recognition for contributions that reflect their core value of Service Excellence.

Let’s talk numbers: How employee engagement impacts financial services and banking industries


The financial services and banking industries don’t fare well when it comes to employee engagement. When compared to all other industries, finance and banking suffer from high customer-switching rates, low employee engagement levels, high turnover, and absenteeism.