The 7 things you need to know now about employee recognition and engagement.
89% of employees say positive feedback is their biggest motivator. – Business2Community 2012
26% of surveyed HR managers say their recognition program is inconsistently communicated to employees.
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11.3 – The number of impressions it takes for your message to stick with your employees.
This video offers ideas for launching and promoting a recognition program to employees.
79% of the U.S. workforce feels a sense of personal accomplishment at work.– Modern Survey 2015
360 degrees of recognition – involving managers, peers, subordinates, and customers – proves to be the best way to engage employees.
NSF International reveals how they engage employees using a 360 degree approach. Watch the case study interview.
42% of organizations have a peer-to-peer recognition program in place– WorldatWork 2013
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15,000 – The number of HR pros expected to be at the 2015 SHRM Conference at the end of the month. 58% are Managers or Directors of HR.
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It is extremely useful to see facts and numbers when dealing with employee motivation. They can help you acknowledge if you are on the right track. It is also a great way to promote the 2015 SHRM Conference that seems to deal with sensitive HR issue.