How Recognition Drives Employee Engagement at Baystate Health

Recorded July 28th, 2016

Are you looking for a tool to keep healthcare workers happy and engaged? How can you appeal to diverse employee groups like physicians, nurses, IT staff, and administrators?

Baystate Health, a not-for-profit integrated health system with more than 12,000 employees, found that social recognition is the most effective way to keep people engaged and committed to delivering quality patient care. In fact, their program, Baystate Celebrates!, is integral to their mission of creating a best place to work.

Join Jennifer Faulkner and Lynn Boucher from Baystate Health as they discuss how recognition drives a more human work culture based on appreciation at Baystate Health.

You will learn:

  • How social recognition fits into Baystate Health’s overall engagement strategy
  • Tips for getting executive buy-in and driving program adoption
  • Highlights and success stories from Baystate Celebrates! on its one-year anniversary
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