Employee recognition programs deliver real-world ROI

HR Morning

The research is clear – employee recognition appears consistently near the top of things that motivate employees to do their best work. A Wharton School study showed that relying solely on cash rewards encourages: resentment from hard-working staffers who wind up earning less workers who cut corners, and a lack of unity, as most employees are only interested in taking part in activities that directly contribute to them earning more. Peer recognition.

7 Easy Ways to Solve High Employee Turnover

Bonusly

Unexpectedly losing a great employee is one of the most costly events that can happen to an organization. What's worse, the departure of even one or two top-performers or a charismatic leader can trigger a spiral of additional turnover. Unlike other major disasters, a turnover spiral is often avoidable, and protecting against it might be easier than you think. The key to avoiding a turnover event is getting ahead of it before it's triggered. Recognition.

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Employee Training: Why Companies Should Encourage Employees’ Self-Improvement

Semos Cloud

Employee Tra in in g : Why Companies Should Encourage Employees’ Self-Improvement . Employee training and education are crucial if you want your company to grow. Find out the best practices to encourage your employees’ development. Improve d employee retention.

A 7-step plan for improving your company’s workplace culture

HR Morning

Here are seven fast, easy and mostly free ways you can make your business a more enjoyable, rewarding, and fun place for your employees to go to work every day. Implement employee rewards programs. While offering fair and competitive wages is essential for retaining the best people, to keep your employees engaged you need to offer more in terms of employee incentives and rewards. But you don’t have to be in sales to reward your employees. Recognition programs.

Lower Your Employee Turn Over Rate by Doing These 3 Things

Women of HR

Employers who experience high employee turnover lose a lot of time and money to new hire searches, interviews, onboarding and training. Although this problem is commonly seen in the retail sector, employee attrition can occur in any industry and any type or size of business. The following three tips can help you improve employee retention. Also, you might celebrate employee success online through social media or via an employee-specific digital yearbook.

A Complete Guide to Employee Engagement for 2020

CuteHR

An Engaged Employee is the Holy Grail for any business. With enumerable aspects linked to Employee Engagement, it has become a matter of critical interest for any organization to drive growth and opportunity. “Always treat your employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers.” Not Engaged: Employees who perform at the bare minimum level of performance and have less emotional attachments to their workplaces. So what is Employee Engagement?

5 Key Drivers of Employee Engagement

Kazoo

Employee Disengagement. Disengaged employees have needs that are being neglected. Managers then become desperate and hire an outside consulting firm to come in and issue an employee engagement survey to the entire staff. They might then discuss various employee engagement best practices, staff retention strategies or employee recognition ideas. But employee engagement programs and workshops won’t work if five key drivers are missing.

Top Employee Engagement Tools (Detailed Comparison)

Vantage Circle

Employee engagement tool helps measure or boost employee engagement that in turn will improve the productivity and efficiency of the employees and reduce staff turnover. Features of Employee Engagement Tools. Employee perks: Employee discounts.

9 Core Elements of a Future-Proof People Strategy

Digital HR Tech

At their finest, employees are your greatest asset. It also outlines how to attain, manage, and invest in the employees who will garner the desired outcomes. Commitment to employees – Documenting your people strategy codifies a pledge to your employees and demonstrates how they benefit.

How to Build a Workplace Culture Based on Loyalty

HR Daily Advisor

Despite the recent trends of HR professionals focusing on retention and employee engagement, a major issue still haunts workplace cultures everywhere—employee loyalty. The American Management Association’s January 2015 survey found that 52% of the 1,200 managers surveyed say their employees are less loyal than they were 5 years prior. Here are five ways you can build a workplace culture founded on loyalty: Start a Recognition Plan.

Lower Your Employee Turn Over Rate by Doing These 3 Things

Women of HR

Employers who experience high employee turnover lose a lot of time and money to new hire searches, interviews, onboarding and training. Although this problem is commonly seen in the retail sector, employee attrition can occur in any industry and any type or size of business. The following three tips can help you improve employee retention. Also, you might celebrate employee success online through social media or via an employee-specific digital yearbook.