HR leaders have taken center stage from the onset of the pandemic, helping their organizations navigate unprecedented challenges and risks. The role of HR has not only expanded; a greater focus on the importance of talent has created the need for new approaches and programs for engaging, motivating and incentivizing employees.
Our latest best practices report, Revitalizing Performance-Based Recognition, offers practical guidance for HR leaders and recognition program managers who seek to identify, recognize and reward behaviors that are aligned with today’s most important organizational goals and objectives.
The good news: While the world of work has changed in many fundamental ways, a 2022 Trendicators nationwide survey revealed that what employees want most has remained relatively constant. From 2019 to 2022, the most common reason employees cited for seeking employment elsewhere was a lack of recognition, appreciation and respect. Today’s employees are looking for meaning and purpose. They want feedback on how they are doing, and they crave recognition.
Unlike programs that recognize and reward employees for their tenure, performance recognition programs are designed to reinforce behaviors, practices or activities that result in better performance outcomes and positive business results.
Download our latest report to learn about:
- The definition of “performance recognition”
- How performance recognition has evolved
- Designing more effective and inclusive programs
- The manager’s role in performance recognition
- Promoting performance recognition programs
- Profiles in performance recognition success