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4 Reasons to Attend the Globoforce Conference Next Week

Brandon Hall

Next week, I am excited to attend Globforce’s Work Human conference in Orlando, a leading provider of social recognition. This event will give organizations an opportunity to discover how the power of relationships and a culture of recognition will drive business performance.

With Globoforce on Social Recognition

Strategic HCM

I’ve just been attending an event with Globoforce and the Conference Board on social recognition. It’s effective use isn’t helped by various myths and misunderstandings about the value of transactional recognition schemes.

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The Woodstock For HR

China Gorman

The competitive world of HR Conferences may be changing forever. Innovation is happening in this space – from stronger SHRM state conference offerings, to an additional HR technology-related conference ( HR Tech World ) being introduced in the U.S,, to other new entries – all designed to disrupt the usual HR conference offerings and deliver greater value to attendees. The best example of this is the WorkHuman conference, held last month in Phoenix.

Recognizing People: A Recap of the WorkHuman Conference

Compensation Today

Sometimes you come home from an industry conference having learned a new thing or two, sometimes you meet new connections in the industry, sometimes you come back with a to-do list of ways to improve your organization. So what were some of the key themes that surfaced?

10 Things I Learned at Total Rewards

WorkHuman

Brenda Pohlman (Globoforce) and Cesar Villa (The Hershey Company). WorldatWork’s Total Rewards conference kicked off on Monday in Minneapolis and we attended tons of sessions these past few days—feverishly recording everything we learned along the way to share with you.

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6 Recognition Myths Debunked

WorkHuman

When we talk to HR leaders, we hear some common barriers or myths that stop companies from modernizing their approach to employee recognition. These myths can be especially frustrating for anyone who is passionate about bringing social recognition to their company.

3 Ideas to Get More Bang for Your Compensation Buck

Compensation Cafe

Stretching the compensation dollar isn’t always about cutting back. Often, it’s simply about using the resources available to you more effectively. Shorten the work day. Recent headlines told the story of the experiment conducted at Perpetual Guardian, a New Zealand-based financial services firm in which CEO Andrew Barnes told employees to work 32 hours per week instead of the usual 40, but with no cut in pay. The results?

Fair Pay, Differentiated Rewards

Compensation Cafe

My last post was a bit provocative – or at least the title was: “An Argument for Unfair Pay.” In the post, I asked compensation pros to weigh in on the idea of “unfair pay” with more of the merit pot going to the top 10% of high performers who arguably do far more of the work.

Feedback: The Key to Growth, Motivation, and Company Strength

HR Daily Advisor

Even if a company is not suffering from the effects of a negative culture, creating a strong purpose and values from the beginning helps to institutionalize the right kinds of behaviors. Values provide guidance on the way you’d like your goals to be achieved.

#Employee Feedback Is The Killer App #HR

TalentHQ

A new market has emerged: Employee feedback apps for the corporate marketplace. These tools are powerful and disruptive, and they have the potential to redefine how we manage our organizations. Why is there such a wide variation in employee engagement and retention?

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25 Employee Engagement Activities To Reinvent Your Workforce

Vantage Circle

Employee engagement activities should be more about the heart than the brain. Managers are busy, employees are disengaged and the current office culture is at havoc. In this scenario, improving employee engagement is the least likely. The solution?

How to Influence and Strengthen Your Company's Culture

Impraise

Even if a company is not suffering from the effects of a negative culture, creating a strong purpose and values from the beginning helps to institutionalize the right kinds of behaviors. Map out your company’s culture As researchers Lindsay McGregor and Neel Doshi highlighted in a recent Harvard Business Review article , identifying with the values and goals of your job (purpose) is one of the three key factors that motivate employees at work.