According to a recent Gallup poll, only 34 percent of American workers describe themselves as engaged in their work. That leaves 53 percent unengaged, and 13 percent actively disengaged and ready to act out in ways that can hurt their employers.
Delivering Thanks – Globally: Global Recognition Programs With CoreCentive In the modern economic world, it is essential to make sure your employees feel like they are part of a family – not just cogs in a big, soulless machine. A global recognition program can be the answer. These days, making sure that their morale is […]
The Benefits of Social Recognition for Employee Incentives In today’s age of instant gratification, employees have another incentive to work harder thanks to online offerings such as social media. Though employers should still offer other incentive options, such as a plaque for employee of the month, social recognition should be a primary focus. Many benefits […]
Why Turnover Is Higher Without Employee Recognition Programs When employees aren’t recognized, they feel unappreciated. It’s one of the reasons millennials have significantly higher turnover rates. If you’re an employer and you’re seeing a high turnover or hear that your employees are unhappy, you might need a better employee recognition program or employee incentive strategy. […]
5 Ideas to Appreciate, Energize and Recognize Your Employees The threat of complacency is real in any workplace because, as any human can attest, complacency is so insidious you hardly realize you’re slipping into it until you’re steeped in it. For business owners, the obvious cure is to discover how to motivate and energize your […]
Top 5 Tips for Creating a Superior Sales Incentives Program Have your employee sales incentives programs fulfilled their potential for your organization and your sales team? If not, it is time to reassess how your technology is delivering the proverbial carrot for optimum performance. This time-honored, proven method of incentivizing behavior now has a modern […]
The data is very clear, an employee recognition program, including a peer-to-peer component, is a great tool in your organization’s tool belt for your overall employee recognition strategy. However, if not done correctly, there are issues that can pop up limiting their overall effectiveness. Here are a few key areas to address when creating or evaluating a peer-to-peer program.
Companies and employees around the world are currently faced with the uncertainty of what a “new normal” will ultimately be in the short-run and the long-term. The big question is what will business leaders have learned that will prompt them to change their business models and employment models to maintain productivity and the ability to be agile enough to react when the next COVID-19 pandemic appears. There is one thing that is apparent right now, and that is you have to recognize employees during COVID-19 as it is critical to keep your employees engaged during this troubling time.