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Unlock the Power of Employee Recognition in Healthcare and Hospitals


In the dynamic world of healthcare and hospitals, where lives are on the line daily, employee burnout, turnover, and shortages can have serious consequences. As a trusted partner in creating and managing robust employee recognition programs, CoreCentive understands the unique challenges faced by healthcare HR professionals.

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Why Construction Companies Can’t do Without Employee Recognition Tech

Semos Cloud

Category All, Best Practices Why Construction Companies Can’t do Without Employee Recognition Tech When it comes to recruiting new talent, construction companies are fighting an uphill battle. Employee recognition technology will play a major role in solving complex workforce challenges. Let’s start with the former.


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Employee recognition and reward programs: A quick guide


The latter is what every company strives for, and it’s easier to achieve than you think with an effective employee recognition and reward program. Employee recognition has a significant impact on key business metrics like engagement, productivity, and retention. Link recognition to specific actions.

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Employee recognition programs policy template


The employee recognition programs policy template offers a structured approach to recognizing and rewarding employees, ensuring consistency and fairness across the organization. What is an employee recognition programs policy?

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The Good, the Bad, and the Best: 3 Sample Employee Recognition Programs

Deciding what type of employee recognition program is right for your team is no small task. This article reviews the who, what, when, where, and why of employee recognition plus three sample programs to serve as a jumping-off point for building your own.

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Is Your Employee Recognition Strategy On Point?


Sponsored by Kudos The idea of employee recognition seems as natural as breathing. But the truth is, effective workforce recognition doesn’t just naturally happen. That’s why it pays to invest in a thoughtful recognition strategy. Who wouldn’t want to recognize a job well done?

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How to Get Started with Employee Recognition


But there’s a huge upside to this morale crisis: employees who feel valued work harder and stay longer. And companies that distinguish themselves by running effective employee recognition programs are better at retaining top talent — and customers. It starts with building a culture of recognition. Great news.

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The Guide to Modern Employee Recognition - Build a Culture of Recognition

Recognition can take many forms, but whatever your approach, it's one of the most valuable areas a team can focus on. Implementing the right kind of recognition program is a critical factor in giving your business the competitive edge.

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How to Keep Employees Engaged and Connected in the New Normal of Remote Working

Speaker: Elena Valentine, CEO, Skill Scout

Before the pandemic, remote working or a few work from home days were allowed for certain employees. We have had to align our business to make sure that our employees are productive and have the necessary resources to succeed. The way we conduct work has completely changed. Now, remote working is our new normal.

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The Power of Recognition: How HR & Business Leaders Can Partner to Develop a Strategy for Recognizing Employees

Speaker: Keri Ohlrich, CEO & Kelly Guenther, COO, Abbracci Group

businesses need to have a recognition strategy. Employees need to be recognized and feel cared for in the best of times and more importantly, in the worst of times. No matter the crisis - COVID-19, catastrophic weather emergencies, lay-offs, PR nightmares, etc. This cannot be done in an ad hoc manner.

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The Power of Employee Appreciation

Speaker: Angie Wideman-Powell, Director of Human Resources, ClearCompany

Employee engagement has been a hot HR buzzword for quite some time, but what truly drives engagement? The answer depends on many factors, which can include your industry, location, and employee demographic. But one common denominator to employee engagement is recognition and appreciation for your workforce.

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How to Build A Resilient Culture

Speaker: Meredith Haberfeld, CEO, ThinkHuman

Often companies don’t put energy into retaining talent until it’s too late; if you’re making an employee a counteroffer, you’ve already lost that crucial heart-and-soul buy-in you need to create a thriving company. From startups to mega-corporations, companies are wasting billions of dollars in the quest for employee engagement.

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We Should All Want Great Leaders, Millennial or Not

Speaker: Jazmine Wilkes, Human Resources Generalist, SEA Wire and Cable, Inc.

Leadership throughout an organization speaks to the culture it holds. Defining the best organizational leader for your company can be difficult because we all need something different to succeed.

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The Art and Science of Employee Recognition - Best Practices for Success

Speaker: Raphael Crawford-Marks, Co-Founder and CEO, Bonusly

In this video, get the answers to some essential questions about employee recognition and what makes employee recognition programs successful. Then, learn the 5 best practices for employee recognition programs that you can start trying right away.

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The Insider’s Guide to Employee Recognition

Recognition supports your employees, brand, and bottom line. The Insider’s Guide to Employee Recognition shares keys to success, including: Impact on key business metrics. How to earn buy-in from leadership. Best practices for managers and peers.