The war for talents reached a pivotal turning point in the last years with a changing dynamic in the job market, a hiring race for a competitive advantage, and a new mindset of the new generation of employees.
It’s also described as a two front war: Talent acquisition and talent retention.
Businesses have to use a number of strategies and techniques to first attract and then retain highly qualified employees.
Employee recognition is considered as a cornerstone of an effective management.
But employee recognition is more complicated than a simple thank you or some isolated reward actions.
It’s a whole culture that should be built and developed in the company through a complete and specific program.
Implementing such a culture is about building trust, establishing a relationship, initiating conversations where employees feel at ease, comfortable, and confident enough to share their thoughts and even feelings.
As companies grow, such programs may need some fine adjustments, considering the challenges, in order for them to add value and enrich the whole employee recognition experience.
Looking at best practices can save you the trouble of reinventing the wheel. And we’ve worked on an infographic for that.
Here are the tips that you should consider when building a recognition culture within your organization.
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