Getting your employees onboard with your vision, effectively conveying your company culture and retaining your most valuable talents are nice objectives to set, and hopefully to achieve. However, putting them into practice is often a tricky task for organizations.
In a previous blog post, we discussed “employee recognition programs” as one of the many tactics that businesses can use to achieve these objectives.
The many benefits these programs bring, such as increased productivity, lower voluntary turnover, and obviously high engagement rates make them a must-have if businesses are to stay competitive.
But how can you ensure your recognition program will be a success? And what steps must you take to guarantee the smooth implementation and wide adoption of your program?
" 90% of workers stated that values-based, peer-to-peer recognition makes them more satisfied with their work "
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