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The Recognition Landscape Isn’t Changing Much I China Gorman

The Recognition Landscape Isn’t Changing Much I China Gorman | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Recognition programs are vital tools in an organization’s total rewards strategy, but beyond the knowledge that “recognizing employees is a good thing to do” we can look to data that back up recognition programs as an important part of an organization’s culture. 

WorldatWork and ITA Group’s Trends in Employee Recognition 2013, is a good example of a data driven look into why recognition programs are important. Their report summarizes the results of a survey sent globally to 5,520 WorldatWork members, which aimed specifically to measure specific types of recognition programs and the impact on the workforce...'

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The Truth About Workplace Feedback I Liz Kislik

The Truth About Workplace Feedback I Liz Kislik | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Why do so many folks hate feedback so much that they resist giving or receiving it? Most people in the workplace categorize feedback as an uncomfortable, maybe even painful part of work life because of the negative feedback they’ve either had to give or receive in the past...'

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Employee Recognition: The Psychology Perspective I Derek Irvine

Employee Recognition: The Psychology Perspective I Derek Irvine | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'What do employees value most for recognition? What do companies (and managers) actually do well for same? What does the research tell us?..'

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Reward and Recognition: The Secret to Uniting a Remote Workforce I Jeana Quigley

Reward and Recognition: The Secret to Uniting a Remote Workforce I Jeana Quigley | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Culture isn’t just for people in the office. With flexible workplaces on the rise, you may find yourself managing a team of people who could be working from just about anywhere in the world. In fact, according to studies, telecommuting has increased 80 percent recently and continues to grow. Since your people aren’t necessarily sitting …
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How To Give Employees Recognition and Money (without pay increases) I Sharlyn Lauby

How To Give Employees Recognition and Money (without pay increases) I Sharlyn Lauby | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'...Companies that are not in a position to increase wages for all of their employees have to find ways to offer benefits and recognition that can help to fill a void and grow engagement. Some things to consider are telework, relaxed dress codes, and practical forms of recognition. It doesn’t replace compensation but it can be more sensitive to the situation. From my experience, gift cards are a great recognition option to consider...'

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Employee recognition: The KISS… method I Julie Winkle Giulioni

Employee recognition: The KISS… method I Julie Winkle Giulioni | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Recognition might be the most leveragable practice leaders have to drive individual and organizational results. All it costs is honest attention to others.
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Are We Treating Employees Like Adults? I Jacque Vilet

Are We Treating Employees Like Adults? I Jacque Vilet | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'...I just read an interesting article in Harvard Business Review entitled “How Netflix Reinvented HR”. Netflix’s HR philosophy is built on treating employees like adults. What a novel idea . . .

"Over the years we learned that if we asked people to rely on logic and common sense instead of on formal policies, most of the time we would get better results, and at lower cost....'

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Employee Recognition I China Gorman

Employee Recognition I China Gorman | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Employee recognition is an important form of positive feedback (who doesn’t love being recognized for their efforts after all?!) and a 2013 study by Globoforcegives us even more reason to institute this type of feedback in our organizations...'

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The Power of Gratitude I Robert L. Dilenschneider

The Power of Gratitude I Robert L. Dilenschneider | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Lack of gratitude may not be life endangering, but it certainly isn’t life enhancing. In a capitalistic society, it’s easy to keep reaching for more — more money, more power, more success. We forget to step back and appreciate what we have. Our leaders can help. By their example, they remind us of the power of thanks.'

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True Recognition is about Performance Deltas Not Events I Paul Hebert

True Recognition is about Performance Deltas Not Events I Paul Hebert | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Recognition is NOT about results. Reward the Delta in your employee efforts.
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Is "Thank You" Enough? I Cari Turley

Is "Thank You" Enough? I Cari Turley | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Some people take to the idea of employee recognition like a fish to water. Others, not so much.
Those that aren’t sold on the concept often ask, “Why can’t I just say thank you?” It’s a good question. Certainly, there’s a lot of value in saying thanks, and doing so is a crucial piece of employee recognition. But it’s just one piece.
For an employee to feel truly recognized—and reap the benefits—the recognition should have the following attributes:..'

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5 Reasons Top Talent Leave Their Jobs I Jill Harness

5 Reasons Top Talent Leave Their Jobs I Jill Harness | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
If you're a manager trying to hold on to your top talent, this infographic can help by providing the top reasons good employees leave companies.
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9 Ways to Tell When You Compensate and When You Reward I Tim Houlihan

9 Ways to Tell When You Compensate and When You Reward I Tim Houlihan | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Everyone who manages people would love an answer to this question: “When do I compensate employees and when do I reward employees?” Most managers and HR professionals have debated this question at one time or another and quickly discovered that there isn’t a simple or all-encompassing answer...'

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Top 5 Recognition Predictions for 2065 I Paul Hebert

Top 5 Recognition Predictions for 2065 I Paul Hebert | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
I’m confident 2065 will still be about employee engagement being low due to lack of recognition for Millennials. Nothing will have changed but the date.
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11 Ideas to Recognize Employees for FREE! I Jeana Quigley

11 Ideas to Recognize Employees for FREE! I  Jeana Quigley | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Think you don’t have a budget for employee recognition? Thankfully, there are tons of ways to recognize employees that don’t have to cost you anything!
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Which Employees Should Get Recognition? I Jeana Quigley

Which Employees Should Get Recognition? I Jeana Quigley | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Every employee has an important role that contributes to your company’s success. You need to give recognition to each employee, not just your rockstars.
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Why Is Employee Recognition So Big A Management Problem? I Victor Lipman

Why Is Employee Recognition So Big A Management Problem? I Victor Lipman | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Everybody likes to feel they're doing a good job. And virtually all managers understand it makes good business sense to recognize employees for jobs well done. There's nothing complicated about it. So why is employee recognition - or lack thereof - so persistent a management problem?
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The 3 HR Problems Reward and Recognition Systems Solve I Paul Hebert

The 3 HR Problems Reward and Recognition Systems Solve I Paul Hebert | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'... let me add three new problems that having a well-designed recognition and reward system (RRS) can help HR address….'

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Recognition and Retention—5 T’s to Success | Stephen Bruce

Recognition and Retention—5 T’s to Success | Stephen Bruce | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
As we leave the recession behind, the hot button for HR is going to be retention, says consultant Ronald Katz. HR will have to focus on holding on to your most valuable assets and then on getting the highest effort out of them.
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Are Employees "Costs" or "Assets"? I Jacque Vilet

Are Employees "Costs" or "Assets"? I Jacque Vilet | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
“Our people are our most important asset”. It has been said so many times now that it’s become a cliché. Such statements are usually a prelude to large executive bonuses, layoffs or plant closings.
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Creating a Culture of Appreciation for Employees and Customers I Jeana Quigley

Creating a Culture of Appreciation for Employees and Customers I Jeana Quigley | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Everyone can contribute to a culture of appreciation for customers and employees. If the people inside your company are happy, your customers will be too.
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Top 3 Employee Rewards and Recognition Trends for 2014

Top 3 Employee Rewards and Recognition Trends for 2014 | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Low levels of employee engagement are plaguing companies today and improved rewards and recognition programs are the solution, according to Accelir’s recent Rewards & Recognition: 2014 Trends Report...'

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How Do You Actually Influence Change? I Derek Irvine

How Do You Actually Influence Change? I Derek Irvine | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'In my work helping companies create or strengthen cultures of recognition, one of the most frequent questions I’m asked is, “How do we get our people to change?”

Generally, people understand the power of a culture of recognition and are on-board with efforts to move forward to create such a culture, but they don’t know how. The biggest concern is often how to convince employees – especially managers – to change their behaviors, learn the skills and adopt the tactics necessary to make a new culture reality...'

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Who Deserves A Raise? I Chuck Csizmar

Who Deserves A Raise? I Chuck Csizmar | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
How much of a reward differential between the best and just OK is enough to keep your better performers motivated and feeling appreciated?
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Appreciation in the Workplace Wins

Appreciation in the Workplace Wins | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Wouldn't it be great if we loved our work? I hope you d…

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Johann Gauthier's curator insight, July 29, 2013 5:06 PM

No kidding !  Gosh, no need to do huge studies on this one... seriously I say simply pay attention to what makes people great together... see the small things (free acts of kindness, gratitude expressed, etc.)... I have lots of time for appreciating others and perhaps this is what constitutes outstanding from average people... I am grateful just now!