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. Executives may fear that recognition will cost their business a lot of money. But that’s simply not true; although incentive programs require a firm, and often hefty, financial investment, recognition does not carry such a load.

33 Thoughtful Employee Recognition & Appreciation Ideas for 2017

SnackNation

33 Thoughtful Employee Recognition & Appreciation Ideas for 2017. It pays to have amazing employee recognition ideas. Companies with a solid strategy to recognize team members enjoy stronger engagement, increased employee morale , better customer service, and lower turnover. You need to find the right employee recognition program for your company. To do that, it first helps to get a better understanding of employee recognition and how it works.

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13 reward & recognition tactics guaranteed to keep employees engaged

HR Morning

A big part of that answer depends on how well you reward and recognize employees. In a recent CareerBuilder survey, 50% of employees said they would stay at their current job if they were tangibly recognized for their efforts. Many HR pros today struggle to find a way to get top management to realize that putting a cash bonus in the paycheck once a year isn’t how you make staff feel valued. Encourage employees to recognize each other. Recognition readily available.

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TINYpulse Blog. Employee Engagement. Employee Experience. Exempt Vs Non-Exempt Employees? Employee leave of absence: Everything you need to know. Employee recognition ideas: 52 epic ways to give rewards. Employee Retention and Benefits.