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. 2) Top goals for recognition continue to align with types of programs offered.

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.

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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

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.

Employee Recognition On A Budget


Recognition is critical to shaping a successful workplace with happy employees who feel appreciated for their work and dedication to the company’s mission. 4 Ways To ​Recognize Employee Achievement. Being genuine with employees can be extremely fulfilling for both parties.

What’s Holding Us Back from Using Employee Recognition Strategically?


When employees feel valued, they are happier at their jobs and they are more productive, which motivates them to keep doing—and improving upon—great work. Motivated and engaged employees are very closely related. We should be recognizing and rewarding their employees, but many of us aren’t doing it. The post What’s Holding Us Back from Using Employee Recognition Strategically?

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.

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.

Many Thanks for 2015: Favorite Posts


— WorkHuman, The Power of Thanks, and many more exciting developments from 2015 lead to a promising 2016 to come. 2015 has been a whirlwind year of exciting launches and new beginnings. As we look forward to 2016, I’m pausing to look back at some favorite 2015 RecognizeThis!

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.

NSF International – An Employee Recognition Case Study


Business experts agree that an organization can have a great product, a bullet-proof business plan, and top-notch marketing, yet all of these components are not enough to ensure success. Without engaged employees, organizations will struggle to prosper.

10 Employee Recognition Gifts That Work


It’s these types of personal connections, research shows, that make all the difference for your employees. Remember it’s not the reward value that matters but the act of recognition itself that engages employees in the workplace and exponentially improves retention. To jumpstart your journey to World’s Greatest Boss mug-level management status, Kazoo tackled two hands’ worth of high-five-quality employee recognition gifts. Recognition and Rewards

Want a Motivated, Productive Workforce? Use Employee Recognition and Praise

HR Daily Advisor

If you want a happier, more productive work environment that motivates and keeps employees, focus on recognizing what they and—just as importantly—you do right. By Bob Urichuck.

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. You are now ready to boost your team’s productivity and motivation!

5 tips for making retention a key priority in 2015


Before the calendar turned, I had blogged about why 2015 will be the year of the Employee. HR professionals will be looking for high levels of employee retention and productivity in 2015 and in some way, shape or form, this has always been their job. Recruitment & Talent Management compensation employee productivity employee recognition employee retention jayson saba Laurie Ruettimann

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.

4 essential ingredients of employee engagement to add in 2015


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

Trends in Employee Recognition Show Growing Importance in Results-Driven, Culture-Oriented Approach

Compensation Cafe

WorldatWork’s latest “Trends in Employee Recognition Report” is out. Key highlights from this year’s report: 1) Prevalence of recognition programs in organizations continues to grow. 89% of organizations offer some sort of recognition program with an average of 4.6

Recognition Bulletin for HR – Winter 2015 Edition


Get up to speed on the latest trends, products, and best practices in employee recognition from Terryberry in the Winter issue of the Recognition Bulletin. Here’s what’s inside: 360 Recognition Platform- Video. It’s 2015…Do Service Awards Still Matter?

Employee Recognition On A Budget

SAP Innovation

Recognition is critical to shaping a successful workplace with happy employees who feel appreciated for their work and dedication to the company’s mission. When employees are made aware of their value to their employers and acknowledged, they stay motivated to continue their great work.

6 Tips for Creating Amazing Employee Recognition Programs


We constantly talk about how to make our employee more productive, effective, efficient, and loyal. How can I better manage my employees? What about our employees? Your employees are the heart and soul of your organization, and are the building blocks to your success.

2 Critical Budget Considerations for Employee Social Recognition Programs


Budgets must be appropriately established to reach all employees in a differentiated and calibrated way. How should I structure an employee recognition program that will have the kind of impact I’m seeking?”. Is your recognition program appropriately funded?

China Gorman on the Role of Trust in Changing Cultures and Creating Great Places to Work


As a Senior Recognition Strategist and Consultant at Globoforce, I have the opportunity to meet and work with fascinating people every day. Is the relationship between employees and their work one that makes employees proud? Employee appreciation is a key driver of trust.

Who Should You Recognize at Work?


Every employee should be contributing to your success. All are deserving of recognition. Arriving at such an important end goal, however, requires involving all employees in the effort. After all, every employee contributes to the culture of the company (whether good or bad).

Values Are Universal; Behaviors Are Local


Chris Edmonds shared the story of a plant’s efforts to transform from the lowest-performing group within the company to the highest: “One client came to us because of low employee engagement survey scores. They increased performance accountability across their production lines.

Humanizing Technology Behind Employee Recognition Programs

SAP Innovation

Giving people the recognition experiences they really want. In my world, the field of employee recognition, I strive to help people get recognition right where they work. The use of technology with recognition programs provides tools for managers to practice giving recognition more efficiently to many people, even when they might only see a few of their staff in any given day or week. Start with the employee recognition experience.

3 Ways to Help Employees Understand Their Worth

Cornerstone On Demand

How often do you talk about pay with your employees? " The lack of communication around compensation leads employees to make their own assumptions about their worth — and how their paychecks stack up to their peers.

5 Reasons Surprise Matters (and how to embrace it)


The panel will showcase four of the speakers/authors, giving us a chance to unpack in more detail their thoughts around important concepts in a WorkHuman workplace – Surprise/Happiness; Romance/Meaning; Play/Productivity; and Failure/Risk-Taking. by Lynette Silva. Recognize This!

The Power of Thanks * Read All about It in Our Latest Book


Appreciation, recognition and praise are powerful means to engage and energize today’s modern workforce. A consistently executed culture of recognition inspires: Greater employee engagement and loyalty. by Derek Irvine. Recognize This!

How to Avoid Losing Talent to Startups

Cornerstone On Demand

Startups — with stock options in lieu of high salaries and promises of get-rich IPOs — suddenly became the companies where young employees aspired to work. For one, today's employees want to feel that their contribution to the company has an impact.

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Theories Of Motivation For Workplace Productivity


Want to work harder and encourage employees or coworkers to do the same? In order to maintain a workforce that produces positive results , there are certain areas that can be utilized to motivate employees. Talent Management business productivity motivating employees talent management

5 “WOW” Customer Service Gifts Your Team Will Love


Customer Service Week is just about three weeks away (October 5-9, 2015). If not, I can get you up to speed right away with our top gifts for 2015 ! Customer Service Week Employee Motivation Employee Recognition

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. Employee Engagement Achievers Achievers 50 Most Engagement Workplaces career development corporate culture corporate social responsibility employee engagement employee productivity employee recognition employee retention Leadership Sara Hill

How Recognition Can Align Values — and Drive a “One Company” Culture

TLNT: The Business of HR

There’s an interesting post over at strategy+business that takes a look at the barriers that large companies have in achieving one deceptively simple goal: Becoming truly integrated across geographies, product lines, and functions.

Get Your Boss on Board with Reward and Recognition


You may have noticed that we’re huge advocates of employee recognition. Sometimes that includes rewarding them, but mainly we love the idea that you can motivate and inspire employees in a positive way. Not only is it great for the employee being recognized, but it’s a really fun place for HR or managers to be […]. The post Get Your Boss on Board with Reward and Recognition appeared first on BambooHR Blog.