The data is indisputable – Companies with strong cultures of appreciation outperform those who don’t on every business metric that an organization cares to invest resources in.
However, successfully executing a recognition strategy at a time when teams are increasingly dispersed and employee disillusionment is on the rise requires more than handing out gift cards and celebrating service anniversaries.
Given the current workforce dynamics with quit rates at an all-time high, it has never been more critical to prioritize modernizing recognition infrastructure.
This checklist, compliments of the Achievers Workforce Institute, is designed to help HR practitioners identify blind spots and areas of opportunity within their current approach to employee recognition.
Each of the 17 questions represent best practices for optimizing workplace gratitude.