HR must work with and learn from the expertise of their neighborly financial personnel to help show and tell the value of employee recognition.
Pick any executive or board meeting. Listen to the CFO make a presentation. You may find it a short and dry, but you can’t argue about the facts. Something about those numbers they use. Everybody loves numbers.
As recently as two years ago, all new HRO trends came from the U.S. But fast-forward to November 2006, that will forever mark the date when the big HR transformation trends started on the east side of the Atlantic. Here are the four trends that made headlines from this year’s HRO World Europe Conference.
When we started HRO World Europe in November 2004, we felt just a slight bit imperialistic. Sure, we featured the big HRO deals from Great Britain—BP and BT. And we had our local partners, our friends from SharedXpertise in Brussels. But all the big trends, topics, and to-do’s were American.
The Fifth annual largest and most authoritative listing of HR service providers.
In today’s HRO market, there are lots of vendors to choose from, and the HRO Today 2007 Resource Guide is solid proof of this. With more than 1,000 providers serving 18 categories, HR professionals have a variety of solutions that meet their functional, cost, and geographical needs. The selection process can be overwhelming indeed.
Effective and enduring employee recognition can only occur when aligned with corporate strategy and business practices.
Perhaps because of its people-focused energies and past transactional mindset in delivering employee services, employee recognition has typically been owned and often relegated to the HR department. But with greater presence of HR executives in the boardroom and with an aging employee market, there is good reason for employee recognition and rewards being utilized as a more strategic tool in attracting and retaining today’s shrinking workforce. So it might be good to ask if you even have a rewards and recognition strategy.
The Top 13 providers of employee recognition outsourcing.
This is our second year offering a Baker’s Dozen of employee recognition and incentive outsourcing providers. Traditionally, incentive providers were limited to delivering corporate awards, fitness and wellness rewards, food and entertainment compensation, retail gifts, or travel awards. But in the past three years, we have seen a transformation in the full-service employee recognition market, with providers offering so much more.
Why the best managed companies are using non-cash rewards to motivate, retain, and engage employees. Studies support workers are more engaged when the prize is other than money.
There is perhaps no subject more debated by incentive program providers and their clients than the value of tangible, non-cash incentives versus cash.
Rim Hospitality safeguards employees at the workplace with help from Springbok Services.
With more than 20 hotel and boutique properties totaling nearly 4,000 rooms, Rim Hospitality has a reputation as one of the most respected hotel property management services companies. It offers full-service management of hotel, resort, and boutique properties and is affiliated with several national brands including Preferred Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Hilton, AmeriSuites, Radisson, Courtyard, Residence Inn, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, Sheraton, Holiday Inn, and others.
Chemical giant utilizes Globoforce for worldwide employee incentive and recognition.
Dow Chemical, a $40 billion leader in the chemical, plastic, and agricultural products industries, has long valued employee recognition as a critical component of HR. It runs hundreds of different recognition programs across the world, but company leaders had a vision for one consistent global program, a non-cash recognition program based on a gift certificate model that would have frequency of awards and encourage a recognition culture among employees worldwide.
How do you keep 153,000 employees engaged? How do you reengineer a process in a company chock full of engineers? Boeing’s employee recognition solution sets some new standards for scope, scale, and savvy.
By now, Boeing’s Jacqueline Coulter has heard all the “noise” jokes. You see, of her 21 years at the company, she has spent nine in the aerospace giant’s “noise engineering” department. Now she manages HR. Just don’t tell her that she traded one type of “noise” for another. She won’t laugh.
Thousands gather annually in New York in the spring to get more than an academic discussion of outsourcing at NY HR Week. They get down and dirty with buyers, providers, and other industry thought leaders in an all-out, two-day HRO festival.
How do you capture and keep the attention of some 4,000 high-level HR professionals for two days? Try sending them to HRO World as this year’s NY HR Week, which encompasses HRO World, drew a record number of attendees and exhibitors.
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