CEOs want to see growth, sales departments want to see leads, and finance wants to see profit. But employees? They want to feel seen and appreciated.
In fact, studies show that 82% of American professionals feel that they aren’t adequately recognized for their contributions, companies with effective recognition programs have 31% lower voluntary turnover, and the single most important driver for employees to do “great work” is employee recognition.
So why doesn’t every company have a recognition program? The truth is that there are still many misconceptions about employee recognition – from cost to commitment to effectiveness.
In this webinar, we’ll dive into what it means to develop a recognition culture, how to build an effective employee recognition program, and discuss common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
- Determine why a recognition culture is important
- What elements to consider when choosing a recognition program
- Common pitfalls with employee recognition
Vice President of Product & Technology
Brian is a product and technology executive with 18 years of leadership experience and expertise within HR tech, SaaS, B2B, eCommerce, payments, and business operations. Currently, he is responsible for Terryberry’s employee engagement product vision, strategy, and roadmap.
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