employee loyalty
Top 5 Management Techniques for Increasing Long-Term Employee Loyalty The expenses associated with losing a staff member extend far beyond conducting a talent search. While the direct costs average approximately 20 percent of an employee’s annual salary, indirect costs drive that number higher. Lost productivity, diminished team
3 Reasons Why Employee Recognition Will Always Matter by FORBES MAGAZINE on 17 NOVEMBER 2017 · By William Craig Do you know
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What’s wrong with Employee Recognition? Just like every other staid and establish industry or business model, employee recognition is ripe for disruption. It happened with books, search, and every other industry you can think of.  The employee recognition industry is a $46 billion industry where everyone throws around buzzwords like
culture of recognition
Employees like to be appreciated. In fact, regular doses of appreciation and a ‘thank you’ when they do something well can actually be a bigger motivators than a pay
social mindset
Social mindset means everyone can see and feel his or her individual value, making for more engagement.   Read More Here:  4 Ways to Use a ‘Social Mindset’ and Boost Employee Engagement
Punch
In boxing it’s always the punch you don’t see coming that knocks you down. The punch you weren’t expecting, the punch you never thought would hit you. The employee recognition industry has been around for decades. It used to be pretty simple. An employee reaches a milestone – like a
building champions
According to Modern Survey’s Spring 2013 Engagement survey, employee engagement among US Workers rose this spring to 32 percent, up four points from last fall and the highest level in six years that the study has been conducted. At the same time, the percentage of fully engaged employees fell to
healthcare recognition
I speak with healthcare leaders weekly about driving behavior, employee engagement and driving performance. Patient safety is on top of mind for them all, so here are five tips that I’m consistently hearing from these professionals. •  Leaders need to be patient safety ambassadors – when staff members see their leaders