In today's highly competitive market, if you do not appreciate your employees, they will leave. Employee recognition is one of the most powerful tools for retaining talent and engaging employees. This webinar will help to shed light on the pressures, actions and technology enablers impacting employee engagement.
In this webinar, Bersin and Associates’ President and CEO Josh Bersin, and Principal Analyst Stacia Garr will share new research that uncovers why organizations should focus on recognition as a critical part of their overall talent management efforts to drive business results.
The research in this report reveals that progressive organizations look at recognition differently. Most importantly, they have a strategy for recognition that ensures alignment with business goals, organizational culture and other talent management processes. These organizations design their programs to consistently reinforce key behaviors and...
Employee engagement is at an all-time low, seriously affecting levels of productivity, work quality and profits. It’s time for employers to recognize the correlation between individual and organizational achievements – and understand how they both must come together to succeed.
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Read Lilly Canada’s case study to learn how they achieved the highest engagement scores of any of the Eli Lilly affiliates
Achievers embarked on the first study of its kind to discover whether HR professionals and CEOs have an accurate depiction of how employees evaluate their employment experience with respect to feedback, communication, and recognition.
Learn what the HR industry is saying about why employee rewards and recognition are critical in a comprehensive engagement strategy and why Achievers offers a solution that suits today’s workforce.
Recruiting, engaging, and retaining top talent is every company’s secret weapon to business success.
From Ad-Hoc to Value-Add: Using Bersin & Associates’ Employee Recognition Framework to Create Strategic Recognition Programs
During this webcast, Stacia Garr, Senior Analyst at Bersin, will introduce the framework, explain how organizations can use it to design a strategic recognition program and share examples of how organizations have executed different parts of the framework.
HR is not known for being innovative. HR is known for its compliance orientation and focus on risk mitigation. But the push of shiny new technologies and their potential to increase engagement and productivity and the pull of employee expectations puts HR squarely in the innovation zone today.