“More companies are discovering that an über-connected workplace is not just about implementing a new set of tools - it is also about embracing a cultural shift to create an open environment where employees are encouraged to share, innovate and collaborate virtually.”
Two-thirds of the reasons why managers do not use recognition stem back to the beliefs they have about the topic.
Recognition is free: “Low cost, high impact” is this year’s theme so take advantage of the value of recognition. It’s cost-effective and when implemented with #2 through #7, it’s guaranteed to drive motivation and engagement.
Do you snicker when you see an HR title like "VP of People"? Do you think employee experience refers to organizing the company picnic?
Sooner or later, you’re going to have to sell senior management on the benefits of recognition. For some programs, this time comes before you start; for others, it comes when you need to continue or expand funding.