12 Powerful Tips to Build an Employee Recognition Culture

EmployeeConnect

About 65 percent of the people in one survey reported that they received no recognition over the last 12 months for their work.In the same report, 89 percent of employers feel that most employees leave their companies to earn more money. Spending money on routine company gift cards isn’t the same as offering personalised and specific praise based on an employee’s performance. If you can reward a person based on his or her interests, then the recognition has more meaning.

Promotions, Bonuses, Raises, Recognition - When They Work (and When They Don't)

Compensation Cafe

You can’t give all employees promotions, bonuses, or raises. Social recognition, however, can be applied to all. In perhaps a worst-case scenario, promotions are little more than title changes in which the employee’s job duties change little if at all with no pay increase.

Worker Woes? 9 Tips for Retaining Employees in a Tough Market

WorkStride

millennial or Gen Y employee switches jobs four times in the first decade after college graduation. What that means is that companies must now work harder to entice workers through pay raises, training and other incentives. One way to keep such employer-employee feedback smooth and easy is to optimize a digital channel incentives program that automatically rewards workers for achieving desirable benchmarks. Promote professional development.

It’s beginning to look and feel a lot like Christmas!

Clarity Wave

The holidays bring a time of appreciation and gratitude towards friends, family, employees and colleagues. You often hear about more and more large companies discontinuing bonuses and Holiday office parties. The other is that happy customers come from happy employees.

8 Influential Employee Engagement Trends for 2019

Bonusly

Employee engagement will be one of the most important differentiators for organizations in 2019, and it’s an issue that nearly every organizational leader has thought about recently. It’s the emotional commitment an employee has to their role, their organization, and stakeholders.