Recognition

CEO’s Letter: Recognition on Impact

Honoring HR for two years of awesome performance while facing adversity. By Elliot Clark It’s only fitting that in an issue where we feature the Baker’s Dozen Customer Satisfaction Ratings™…

Alignment is Powerful

Two organizations share how reinforcing positive behaviors and company values through recognition helps drive employee engagement.

By Debbie Bolla

Recognition is a proven lever that drives employee engagement and company culture. In fact, according to Achievers’ 2021 Engagement and Retention Report, 85% of employees report that when they are recognized, they are motivated to work harder. Such is the case for CAA Club Group (CCG).

Recognition Roundtable

Four CEOs share their vision for the future of employee rewards and recognition.

By Elliot Clark

The value of recognition is already being seen in the HR community, with executive leadership teams of many global companies increasing spend on rewards and recognition even as their budgets are reduced. What is the future of this important part of the employee experience? I asked four CEOs what changes they predict and what they envision for the future of their industry.

Promoting Values Virtually

Recognition programs can help promote collaboration and camaraderie within a remote workforce.

By Marta Chmielowicz

Many companies have been forced to institute mandatory work-from-home policies throughout the pandemic, but while some employees are finding the transition a welcome change of pace, the shift to remote can be isolating for people used to working collaboratively in an office.

Boost Employee Performance Virtually

Recognition is a key component of a remote talent management strategy. With Theresa Harkins-Schulz, Senior Vice President of Customer Experience, Inspirus The switch to a remote working environment has introduced…

The Employee Engagement Engine

From learning programmes to employee recognition, organisations are implementing a host of new strategies to keep their employees engaged.

By Simon Kent

HR is often seen as the backbone of an organisation and employee engagement is one area where this is particularly true. The recent pandemic has not only shown how critical HR is to a united and productive workforce, it has also brought new challenges for HR to deliver on.

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