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Employee Recognition, Employee Culture, Employee Experience

5 ways to supercharge your employee culture

Money makes the world go ‘round … right? Not when it comes to employee culture and recognition. Handing your employee a $100 gift card in appreciation of a job well done might not rock their world in the ways you’d hoped. Companies spend vast amounts of money on rewards and recognition programs, yet one third of employees don’t feel recognized. When 30% of their lives are spent working, you can bet that feeling valued is extremely important to today's knowledge worker.

Steven Green
By Steven Green
on August 23, 2016
   
5 ways to supercharge your employee culture

Money makes the world go ‘round … right? Not when it comes to employee culture and recognition. Handing your employee a $100 gift card in appreciation of a job well done might not rock...

Steven Green
By Steven Green
on August 23, 2016
3 Reasons to Modernize Your Enterprise Awards Program

The pain points tied to the annual awards program are legendary. The most common complaints we hear are that nomination volumes are low year after year and the end-to-end management of...

Steven Green
By Steven Green
on April 27, 2016
Is Your Organization Encouraging This Key Employee Motivator?

In a study by Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer, it was identified that one of the most important motivators is to give employees a clear sense of progress in meaningful work. This...

Steven Green
By Steven Green
on March 15, 2016
Why the Future of Your Business Depends on Recognition

What happens when your customers know more about your products or services than your sales force? Well, for one thing it puts your sales and marketing efforts at a disadvantage. More and...

Steven Green
By Steven Green
on February 25, 2016
Do Your Recognition Programs Actually Influence Employee Behaviour?

Communications and Technology expert, Shel Holtz asked his community an important question in one of his blog posts, "Do your recognition programs actually influence employee behaviour?"...

Steven Green
By Steven Green
on February 4, 2016
3 Ways WSPS Transformed SharePoint with Employee Recognition

When Barb Burns, VP Organizational Excellence & Development at WSPS, planned the rollout of their recognition program within SharePoint, she knew a strong communications effort would...

Elysha Ames
By Elysha Ames
on February 1, 2016
2 Reasons WSPS Integrated Employee Recognition in SharePoint

SharePoint connects disparate employees

Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) is a dynamic $43-million organization that offers unparalleled health & safety expertise,...

Elysha Ames
By Elysha Ames
on January 25, 2016
3 Common Employee Recognition Mistakes to Avoid

There have been a few studies making the rounds over the years that suggest too much praise can be harmful to children. Most of this research centers on early childhood development but...

Steven Green
By Steven Green
on November 17, 2015
3 ways peer recognition builds an innovative culture

You wouldn’t dream of running your business without productivity goals, standards or key performance indicators.  Yet when it comes to the early stages of innovation - brainstorming and...

Elysha Ames
By Elysha Ames
on November 5, 2015
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