Rewarding Managers On Employee Performance Reviews

Engagedly

A very common complaint about performance reviews by employees is that they find the feedback they receive to be insufficient. Employee Recognition Performance Review

5 ways to ensure the success of an employee recognition initiative

Fanclub Recognition

Over 80% of organisations polled by SHRM reported to having some kind of employee recognition programme in place, ranging from rewards and recognition to service awards and many other initiatives in between. However, with Gallup reporting that global workplace engagement levels have little-improved over the last 40 years, it seems clear there are reasons as to why recognition initiatives - designed to improve long-term engagement - aren’t having the desired results.

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Annual bonuses: How much do they actually incentivize employees?

Achievers

by Andrea Vearncombe, Total Rewards Manager, Achievers. Do you give your employees big annual bonuses as a reward for their work? If so, you have plenty of company: It’s common to rely on annual bonus plans to build employee motivation and pad salaries.

Performance and rewards in the future of work

HRExecutive

People work in a more agile fashion (though not necessarily in the agile methodology), they lend a hand to other projects and teams, and their managers are less involved in their day-to- day activities. Most performance-management processes are also riddled with other problems.

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Who Owns Retention? The REAL Employee Turnover Problem

Achievers

What’s the biggest problem when it comes to employee turnover? At many companies, when turnover rises executives point to HR to fix it – whose plate is already overflowing with terminations, payroll, benefits management, and back-fill recruiting. building employee networks/committees.

Employee Engagement Goals for Managers

Kazoo

We know that, if there’s anything that makes a manager’s job less stressful, it’s having a team full of engaged employees! Engaged employees keep the fire of inspiration burning. Consider Apps for Mobile Recognition and Rewards. Rethinking Rewards as a Motivator.

[Report] 3 New Global HR Trends from Globoforce & RES Forum

WorkHuman

If you’ve been following the Globoforce blog these past few months, you may recall that we recently published a report with findings from the 2016 SHRM/Globoforce employee recognition survey. 50% of those surveyed work at companies of 25,000+ employees.

Employee engagement: Key steps to recognize and thank good people

HR Morning

Valuable employees need to know their work makes a difference, so it’s important managers to thank good people. For managers, letting people know their work matters may take a little forethought and effort, but it doesn’t have to cost a lot. When saying thanks to your good employees, acknowledge the hard work they do, and tie it in to how it’s helping your organization meet key goals. When thanking employees, there are several approaches to take.

4 Ways to Prevent Your Employees From Quitting

Achievers

When you hire a new employee, that person is already looking for a new job and at risk of quitting. Clearly, employee retention is a top priority for every organization and it’s HR’s duty to build a strategy that can prevent employees from quitting.

Managers need recognition, too! 3 steps for employee retention

Achievers

My company is having trouble with employee retention. What tools can we use to make our employees more satisfied and engaged? Dear Lonely, Employee retention can be a very difficult issue, but we do know that employees don’t leave jobs: they leave managers. The culture created by managers can make or break employee retention. One of the most effective ways to combat employee loss is to hold managers accountable for the culture of their departments.

With Talent Mobility, Recognition is Best

Compensation Cafe

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Current Population Survey , close to 50% of employees have been with their current employer less than four years, and a little less than half of those (21%) for less than a year. Recognition