Not only do employees need to feel that their work is making a difference and important to the organization but they also need to feel valued. Of course, a good salary and bonuses are important, but even more important is the non-cash reward and recognition they receive.
Organizations everywhere seek to recruit, retain and inspire their employees. However, the #1 problem in business today is unsuccessful hiring. Business is competitive, and people are the competitive advantage.
Bersin and Associates' latest research proves that providing recognition at the individual, team and organization-wide level correlates with above-average employee productivity, engagement and business results.
In this paper, Achievers offers from its experience and research why it’s important to understand how top performers are different in terms of motivation and recognition, and it recommends specific recognition practices you can put into practice how to retain top performers in a recovering
As the Class of 2011 comes of age and prepares to enter the workforce, employers seek to understand Millennials, how to source this generation’s top talent and how to keep them engaged.
The Class of 2010 Survey was conducted by Achievers,the ultimate global employee rewards and Social Recognition solution, and Studentawards, a market research and youth marketing firm.
As Millennials leave the classroom and enter the workplace, do you know what it takes to attract, engage and retain top talent from the Class of 2011? Learn the Class of 2011 perceives the workplace, and what employers can do to recruit, retain and inspire the entering workforce and beyond.