The healthcare industry has been tasked with overcoming nationwide staffing shortages, patient satisfaction scores that underwhelm, and disconnected recognition programs that take vital time away from patient care. A centralized solution speaks to all these challenges: social recognition backed by human applications.
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Finance Industry Brief
A social recognition program can be used to highlight regulatory requirements, transfer knowledge, and be t...
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Finance Industry Brief
A social recognition program can be used to highlight regulatory requirements, transfer knowledge, and be tied to business strategy and company goals.
How Modernizing Your Total Rewards Strategy Can Help Address Pay Equity Challenges
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Social Impact in the Human Workplace
Over the past year, movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp, along with heightened social activism and record low unemployment, are driving an important shift in the balance of power in the workplace.
10 Ways Human Applications Accelerate D&I Initiatives
Learn 10 ways Human Applications help companies pursue their D&I initiatives, from amplifying employee voice, to avoiding bias, building empathy, and aligning employees to shared core values.
The ROI of Human Applications
Instead of simply diagnosing and gathering information, we now have a new, human-driven world of HR that can proactively encourage and support employees.
4 Essentials of Effective Performance Development
Based on a new performance development study of organizations just like yours, the data highlights key trends such as team performance and equipping managers.
5 Ways Feedback is a Gift
Whether it is encouraging or constructive, great feedback has been proven to have a strong impact on individual performance and satisfaction.
10 Reasons Why Annual Reviews Are No Longer Enough
We expect each new work experience to help us advance our skills – not just to serve the needs of the company – but for our own growth.
A How-to Guide On Crowdsourced Pay
Recognition of jobs well done and pay for performance are givens for companies that want to recruit, develop, and retain the kind of employees who grow the business and profits.
Gartner Report: Use Recognition and Reward Programs to Boost HR and Talent Effectiveness
According to Gartner, “by 2022, 70% of large and midsize enterprises will use some form of technology for recognition and reward."
The role of feedback and positivity in driving employee performance
A top challenge cited by HR professionals in this year’s SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Report is culture management.
The Financial Impact of a Positive Employee Experience
Findings from Globoforce’s WorkHuman Analytics and Research Institute and IBM Smarter Workforce Institute
Does Your Recognition Program Expose Your Business to Risk?
Is your recognition program distributed fairly, regardless of gender, ethnicity, or other demographics? Are all rewards properly reported and taxed?
2018 SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey
Findings from the 2018 SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey: Designing work cultures for the human era
The Employee Experience of Healthcare Workers
How can a more positive work experience improve retention and performance of health care workers?
The ROI of Recognition in Building a More Human Workplace
As organizations focus on connection, communication, and well-being, leaders need to know which practices are effective in transforming culture.
The Employee Experience of Financial Services Workers
Amid rampant consumer distrust and industry consolidation, how can financial service organizations drive a more positive and human experience for their employees?
The Employee Experience Index
A new research study from IBM’s Smarter Workforce Institute and Globoforce’s Work Human Research Institute explores what it means to “Work Human.”
Tackling Engagement & Retention in the Human Era
How is the culture shift in the global workplace impacting traditional approaches to performance management?
Findings from the SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey: Employee Experience as a Business Driver