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.

Employee Recognition: Picking Up The Pieces

Dave's Weekly Thought

As I enter my 10th year in the Human Capital Management space, I figured it would be beneficial to my readers to reflect on how our industry has (and has not) evolved over the last decade's time. * Case Study #1: A Story of Manipulation Employee A (Let's call him Carl) had worked for Company X (let's call it Pied Piper ) for a calendar year. The performance management process was positioned as a pro-active measure to build the internal talent pool.

How to Respond to Tough Culture Questions from a Job Candidate

HR Cloud

The way your teams perform is directly reflected in the amount of training and development employees receive. Respond with examples of employees starting out in one department, working on a specific project and then relocating to a different department or office to gain further expertise.