Tag Archives: Recognition

The Recognition Program Mistake 64% of Organizations are Making

Caitlin Nobes — June 4, 2020 When it comes to your company’s recognition program, are you properly training your staff? Just one-third of organizations are training employees in how, when, and why to recognize their peers. That’s the finding of Achievers Workforce Institute’s 2020 State of Recognition report, released today. With few organizations training employees … Continue reading The Recognition Program Mistake 64% of Organizations are Making

Businesses Need to Focus On Employee Recognition, Especially Now

Beth Thornton — April 23, 2020 While the majority of the workforce continues to work at home, a major challenge for leaders in the foreseeable future is one of keeping their employees engaged, productive, and happy through this time of stress and unknown. This challenge, like many others, is one that falls very squarely on … Continue reading Businesses Need to Focus On Employee Recognition, Especially Now

The Employee Recognition Tactics You May be Missing

Vince Chiofolo — February 7, 2020 The essence of employee recognition lives within the eye of the beholder. Generally, it’s characterized by upholding and reinforcing positive behaviors in the workplace through formal acknowledgement and rewards. Traditionally, this fostering of good work activity has lived in the confines of long-established service awards and spot awards. Both … Continue reading The Employee Recognition Tactics You May be Missing

25 Staff Appreciation and Recognition Ideas That Won’t Break the Bank

Sean McDade — December 17, 2019 Employee experience is vital to a healthy and growing company. A poor employee experience leads to disgruntled or apathetic employees who suck the energy out a business. On the other hand, an exceptional employee experience leads to employees who pass on their enthusiasm to customers. In fact, customers are … Continue reading 25 Staff Appreciation and Recognition Ideas That Won’t Break the Bank