Why Employee Recognition Matters

Achievers

Social Media and Blog Manager, Achievers. Do your employees feel recognized? Think carefully, because over 65 percent of employees report they don’t feel recognized at work. And lack of recognition just happens to be the number one reason why employees quit.

How to Find Budget Dollars for Employee Recognition

HR Bartender

I saw that one of the sessions this year was titled “Show Me the Money: 5 Unexpected Places to Find Recognition Budget” and reached out to the speaker Rob Schmitter , solutions architect at Globoforce, to see if he would give us a sneak peek. Employee retention depends on engagement.

5 Eye-Opening HR Stats: Why Employee Recognition Matters

Achievers

Employees are arguably the most important component of a successful business. Employees put a human face on the product, build relationships with customers, and define the work culture that feeds business performance – yet 32% of companies struggle to retain top talent.

Spreading Employee Recognition and Appreciation Across Achievers

Achievers

And what better way to give thanks than to thank our very own employees here at Achievers. A business is nothing without its employees, which is why we encourage frequent employee recognition and appreciation. It’s that time of year again, time to give thanks!

10 HR Stats That Will Make You Think Twice About Employee Recognition

Achievers

You probably find it intuitively obvious that focusing on employee recognition will have a direct impact on how those workers perform and on your company’s bottom line. Disengaged employees make up half the workforce . Employee recognition fuels work energy .

7 Misconceptions About Employee Recognition

WorkStride

For some companies, the benefits of recognition are obvious. In other businesses or industries, recognition programs and practices are at risk of being eliminated. Misconception #1: Recognition is expensive. Misconception #2: Recognition is time-consuming.

How Employee Recognition Can Help Kill Office Cliques

Madison

Workplace cliques are close-knit groups of employees who socialize inside and sometimes outside of work, while at the same time excluding other co-workers from this socialization. Many people want to form close bonds with their colleagues.

Non-Monetary Ideas for Employee Recognition

DATIS

With the end of the year approaching, it is no surprise that employees in the Health and Human Services industry have a lot on their plate. Additional monetary bonuses and benefits may not be on the table to keep motivation at an all-time-high, so what exactly can your organization do to keep the company culture intact and employees engaged? Fortunately, monetary incentives are not the only way to keep your employees motivated. Challenge your employees.

Why Employee Recognition is Crucial to Inclusion

Bonusly

That’s where inclusion—making employees feel valued, welcome and comfortable being who they are—comes in.”. Creating a workplace where employees feel valued, welcome, and comfortable will include offerings like parental leave, gender neutral bathrooms, equitable pay, and unconscious bias trainings, but it will also include something that’s not so easy to measure or check off on a list: an inclusive culture. How can recognition build an inclusive workplace?

Employee Recognition Should Be Pervasive

ReviewSNAP

Sixty percent of best-in-class organizations consider employee recognition extremely valuable in driving individual performance. This statement comes from the Aberdeen Group’s recent report, “ The Power of Employee Recognition. ” Employee recognition should be pervasive.

40 Employee Recognition Ideas For Your Praiseworthy Staff

Capterra

That’s where employee recognition comes in. Employee recognition ideas. Employee recognition is the praise, acknowledgement, and appreciation given to employees in the workplace. Here’s 40 employee recognition ideas to help you get started.

4 employee recognition best practices

Achievers

To build a strong company culture and foster employee engagement and alignment, you need to recognize their contributions in a way that makes them feel genuinely appreciated. is a helpful way to summarize these four employee recognition best practices: R: Regular.

The importance of employee recognition

Interact

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.

3 Myths About Employee Recognition Programs

WorkStride

There are so many myths surrounding employee recognition programs that it’s impossible to keep what is true and what is false straight! Myth 1: Recognition Should Only Be For Truly Remarkable Deeds. Myth 3: Recognition Should Only Ever Come From The Top Down.

Thanksgiving at work: the importance of employee recognition

Interact

It may seem that there’s a danger of lost productivity during the holiday season, but rather than brooding over a half empty glass, management should capitalize on employees’ cheer. As we’ve previously written , the experience employees have at work significantly impacts your bottom line.

What Emma Stone Can Teach Companies About Employee Recognition & Feedback

Kazoo

We talk about recognition and feedback pretty frequently on our blog. After all, we’re in the business of helping companies execute employee recognition and feedback approaches that actually improve engagement. While we’re not one for acceptance speeches, we started thinking about what winning awards means in relation to the employee recognition and feedback strategies we talk about so often. Uncategorized Emma Stone employee recognition feedback

Discover the irrefutable case for employee recognition

Achievers

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?

3 Reasons To Harness Employee Recognition Stories

Maritz Motivation

Have you heard about the employee in your company who had such a great experience he wrote a story about it so others could share in his delight? According to WorldatWork , nearly 90 percent of organizations have an employee recognition program.

3 Lessons on Creating a Culture of Employee Recognition

Lighthouse

Employee recognition is a powerful tool to engage workers. Yet all too often recognition initiatives fail. Creating a culture of recognition is something any firm can do to improve the employee experience, whether it has 10 employees or 10,000.

Integrate Training and Employee Recognition For Success

WorkStride

Most companies have some sort of training program for their employees. What most companies don’t realize is that you can integrate your training program with your employee recognition program. The recognition turns into a sort of incentive.

Revamp Your Employee Recognition Strategy to Drive Results

Achievers

Considering this, businesses should be concerned that only 49 percent of North American employees are happy at work. It’s not simply a matter of sending out thank-you cards; organizations need to ensure that their employee recognition program is planned and executed to deliver certain results.

Why is Employee Recognition So Difficult?

Write it Right LLC

I was trying to figure out what to write for this week’s blog post, and then I ran across an article which stated that, “36% of employees say lack of recognition is top reason to leave their job.”. So, does this mean there is no longer ANY need for recognition in adulthood?

3 Principles for Building and Sustaining a Successful Employee Recognition Program

Achievers

Continue reading 3 Principles for Building and Sustaining a Successful Employee Recognition Program at [engage]- The Employee Engagement Blog by Achievers. By: Justin Rutherford. National Account Executive, Achievers.

Start Planning Your 2019 Employee Recognition Initiatives Now

WorkStride

Now is the time to start planning for your employee recognition efforts in 2019. If you don’t have an employee recognition program, you have a full quarter to prepare and launch your program for the new year! Here are some things to consider when reviewing or creating an employee recognition program. Are your employees engaged with and care about their work, coworkers, and customer satisfaction levels? Employ tactics to boost employee engagement.

Finding the right social employee recognition solution: partner, platform, program

Achievers

Employee recognition — done right — is today’s must-have for business. Social employee recognition systems appear on Gartner’s Hype Cycle, climbing the curve to become a standard business system — but how do you choose the right system?

Revamp Your Employee Recognition Strategy to Drive Results

Achievers

Considering this, businesses should be concerned that only 13 percent of the global workforce are engaged employees. It’s not simply a matter of sending out thank-you cards; organizations need to ensure that their employee recognition program is planned and executed to deliver certain results.

Employee Recognition: A Proven Strategy

Madison

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.

Engage Blog: Top 10 HR Blogs of 2016

Achievers

Social Media & Blog Manager, Achievers. For Achievers and the Engage Blog, 2016 was extremely eventful. Here on the Engage Blog, readers enjoyed a wide variety of HR topics in 2016. To recap the hottest HR themes from last year, we’ve compiled our top 10 blogs of 2016.

Reality confronts traditional “Employee Recognition Myths”

Peoplecart

Reality confronts traditional “Employee Recognition Myths”. Recognition at the workplace motivates employees and boosts their productivity. While this is important, recognition coming from peers can be a potent engagement source. Employee Recognition Myths.

How to Ace Employee Recognition

HRsoft

Employee recognition is critical to keeping the right people on board, achieving business outcomes, and driving employee engagement. The Manager’s Role in Employee Recognition. A large part of employee recognition falls on managers.

White Paper: The Future of Employee Recognition

Bonfyre

The post White Paper: The Future of Employee Recognition appeared first on Bonfyre. Blog Recognition

Beyond the Carrot and the Stick – Employee Recognition

Mercer

When it comes to employee recognition and reward it’s time to put away the carrot and the stick. The post Beyond the Carrot and the Stick – Employee Recognition appeared first on Mercer PeoplePro Blog. Rewards & Compensation emerging business employee recognition entrepreneur entrepreneurs HR human resources SBA SCORE SHRM small business small business administration small business advice start ups

5 tips for creating your employee recognition road map

Achievers

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.

How to Engage Healthcare Employees through Employee Recognition

Total Employee Recognition

Editor's Note: This blog post was originally published in November of 2014. Because we have recently published new blog posts regarding the Healthcare industry, we feel it is advantageous to republish this blog post for easy accessibility and reference.

NSF International – An Employee Recognition Case Study

Terryberry

Without engaged employees, organizations will struggle to prosper. It turns out that the throwing money and perks at employees is not the answer to the employee engagement question. Studies show that the #1 driver of employee engagement is very simple and costs almost nothing.