Let’s face it, Managers are not always around to witness each and every employee achievement at work. Often fellow employees are the ones who experience their peers’ contributions first-hand. For instance, an employee might notice a situation when a co-worker stepped in to help in the eleventh hour or they may witness an employee who takes on extra tasks without making a fuss. These recognition-worthy moments shouldn’t go unnoticed.

Peer recognition programs can help your company foster a sense of community and teamwork. When employees are able to publicly recognize each other for a job well done, it can add a big impact.

Watch this 5-minute demo of Terryberry’s Give a WOW platform for peer recognition, social media style.

4 Reasons for Peer Recognition.

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Real Business Results

Learn how organizations have overcome peer recognition challenges and achieved measurable success with strategic and creative corporate recognition strategies with these business case studies.

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