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Employee Recognition

"Great Job!" How two little words play a big role in corporate culture

Social recognition can weave your corporate culture, values and goals together. It can be a visible and visceral tool that affirms what you stand for as a company. Thanks are always worth giving, but with some help they can be much more powerful than a kudos at the watercooler .

Social recognition pays dividends. Employees who feel recognized are three times more engaged, and half as likely to leave1.  Organizations with high employee engagement are 78% more productive and 40% more profitable2  

Steven Green
By Steven Green
on October 20, 2015
   
"Great Job!" How two little words play a big role in corporate culture
Social recognition can weave your corporate culture, values and goals together. It can be a visible and visceral tool that affirms what you stand for as a company. Thanks are always...
Steven Green
By Steven Green
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By Elysha Ames
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In their popular study on the 10 C's of Employee Engagement, authors Gerard H. Seijts and Dan Crim in the Ivey Business Journal listed "Congratulate" near the top.

According to their...
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By David Bator
on February 22, 2012
Employee Recognition at TD Canada Trust

Listen to Tim Hockey, President and CEO of TD Canada Trust, share a customer experience story with the Ivey School of Business. WOW Moments, TD’s social recognition program powered by ...

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By Steven Green
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