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  1. The company I work for has implemented this program. I have to say that I love the program and what it aim to do for companies like the one I work for. I however don’t feel like my company is using it the correct way when it comes to recognizing employees. I can see the good that a program like this can do but I can also see when this program is ran incorrectly how it can leave a bad taste in employees mouth.

    1. Thank you Isiah for the comment! Discover how Scotiabank, a leading financial services provider, saw huge success with their recognition program: https://www.achievers.com/blog/2018/07/using-recognition-to-drive-engagement-inside-scotiabanks-pay-it-forward-campaign/

      And check out other recognition program success stories here: https://resources.achievers.com/resource/case-studies

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  2. Thanx for this article because I’m preparing for the interview and need some tips as an employee. I wanna work as a history teacher and for my students, I recommend to visit Grades Fixer where they can find free examples of history essays.

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