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Employee Recognition, Employee Culture

Am I OK?

In a new article for Harvard Business Review, author Mike Robbins describes the distinction between RECOGNITION and APPRECIATION.

"In simple terms, recognition is about what people do," writes Robbins. "Appreciation is about who they are."

David Bator
By David Bator
on November 18, 2019
   
Am I OK?

In a new article for Harvard Business Review, author Mike Robbins describes the distinction between RECOGNITION and APPRECIATION.

"In simple terms, recognition is about what people do,"...

David Bator
By David Bator
on November 18, 2019
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Availability.

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Money isn't the only, or even the top, form of recognition

I spoke with a Director of HR yesterday who was struggling to ride the wave of an enormous exit of talent.

As they dug into their engagement and exit surveys, employee recognition rose...

David Bator
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Remotely Engaged

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There's Gold in Them Hills

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David Bator
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IT and HR - Partners in Employee Experience

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David Bator
By David Bator
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