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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Tue, November 26, 2019

As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday, we are thankful for many things such as our clients and our success. But most of all we are thankful for our people. We’d like to recognize and THANK each of our employees for all the great things they do to make us successful and for inspiring each other to be better and strive for the best.

Do you know what inspires people to do great things? We think Roy Saunderson, Chief Learning Officer at our sister company, Rideau, has pulled together a great list of qualities and behaviors anyone can incorporate to inspire others! Check out his thoughts below from his originally posted blog “Inspiring Your People To Do Great Things” from October 2019.

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Wed, November 13, 2019

Each month, the Trendicators research division of Engage2Excel publishes reports based on original data from our nationwide surveys as well as insights and best practices from industry leaders and experts.

The survey data we collect is unique in the industry in that it documents the preferences and perceptions of employees and job seekers across all major industries and job types with proportionate representation of gender, age group and racial/ ethnic origin.

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Wed, October 23, 2019

Is your employee recognition program missing a key enabler for success?

Although organizations devote an average of 1-2% of corporate expenditures to employee recognition, a majority provide no training for managers.

Why is it important to help managers get better at recognition, and what can your organization do to improve recognition effectiveness? To find out, we interviewed Jack Wiley, Ph,D., and Charles Scherbaum, Ph.D., two industry-leading experts on employee engagement and recognition

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Wed, September 11, 2019

Do you know how much your organization spends on employee recognition each year?

Best practice organizations are spending 1% or more of payroll dollars on an increasingly diverse range of employee recognition programs.

As more companies realize the strategic value of recognition for reinforcing particular behaviors, practices and activities that result in better performance and positive business results, budgeting has become much more strategic.

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