2018 SHRM/Workhuman Employee Recognition Survey

Findings from the 2018 SHRM/Workhuman Employee Recognition Survey: Designing work cultures for the human era

People are the heart of your brand – but is your brand in the hearts of your people? With the unemployment rate at 4.1 percent – lowest in 18 years – it’s no surprise that retention is HR professionals’ top challenge, based on findings from the 2018 SHRM/Workhuman Employee Recognition Report.

HR is embracing a new era focused on making the individual employee experience as human as possible – and forging the kind of employer brand that attracts and keeps the best people. But change brings its own set of challenges. What are the main issues in HR right now? How are organizations solving them? And what role does social recognition play in this energized climate?

Workhuman has collaborated once again with SHRM, turning to your peers to ask what their biggest challenges have been (hint: retention and turnover are top of the list) and what innovative strategies they’ve used to address them.

Download the 2018 SHRM/Workhuman Employee Recognition Report to learn:

  • What HR professionals consider their biggest challenges
  • How a renewed focus on a positive employee experience inspires exceptional work
  • How peer feedback and more frequent performance reviews are influencing employee development
  • How a shift toward human-centered approaches elevates your employer brand
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