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
It’s officially the time of year where “Hocus Pocus” seems to play on a loop 24/7. This iconic film sets the tone for the beginning of the holiday season and offers some delightful quips and quotes from the Sanderson sisters. One quote that might speak to some employees is Winifred Sanderson jeering, “Oh look, another glorious morning. Makes me sick!”
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.