Employee rewards pay off for employer, tooFriday, May 31, 2013 - 12:00am
The Globe and Mail spoke with Achievers Founder and Chairman Razor Suleman and LoyaltyOne Chief People Officer Bryan Pearson about the benefits of using Employee Success software and services for boosting employee engagement and increasing retention.
Razor Suleman, founder and Chairman of Achievers discussed how to increase employee engagement and how it can be the key driver of business success.Wednesday, May 22, 2013 - 12:00am
Argyle Journal discusses employee engagement and performance with Achievers Founder and Chairman, Razor Suleman, including the Achievers story, client success stories, and empowering employees with recognition.
The Pressing Case for Peer-to-Peer RecognitionMonday, March 18, 2013 - 12:00am
Incentive Magazine makes the case for peer-to-peer recognition with help from Sarah-Beth Anders of Achievers. Sarah-Beth explains how instant feedback and online-based recognition programs help improve business performance.
The Globe & Mail profiles the Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in Canada and highlights how companies that focus on employee engagement tend to perform better financially, attract and retain the best talent and enjoy improved customer service and client retention.
Forbes profiles the state of the employee incentives/rewards industry, and Razor Suleman discusses the trend of companies shifting to employee engagement programs that drive better ROI.
Workforce Management discusses Gen Y workers with Razor Suleman and references the Class of 2012 study research exploring job features that are most important to young college graduates.
Fox Business features the Achievers Intelligence research that reveals the costs of employees who are not engaged or recognized properly for their contributions.
TechVibes discusses how Achievers is now delivering bi-monthly "Tech Talks" to the Toronto technology community. The events are designed to bring developers and managers together to share best practices and to provide hands-on engineering advice.
Razor Suleman discusses the opportunities for employers to increase their employee engagement and win the war for talent.
Razor Suleman discusses the need to treat your employees like Olympic Athletes with constant coaching, feedback and recognition.