How Social Recognition Powers Eaton’s Global Workforce

Recorded on October 27, 2016

How do you motivate and empower a global workforce of 100,000 employees? And what if many of those workers are offline, in remote locations?

Eaton, a leading global power management company, was able to meet these challenges and find success through its E-STAR social recognition program. Working in partnership with Globoforce, Eaton has not only significantly increased recognition participation, but has also shown a strong correlation between recognition and increased performance, retention, and overall company mood.

Join Jennifer Sweda, compensation manager at Eaton Corporation, and Traci Pesch, principal recognition strategist at Globoforce, for a lively discussion on Eaton’s recognition journey, how they’ve kept the program fresh, and how you can find similar success at your company.
You’ll learn about:

  • How to get executive buy-in and drive employee adoption of recognition
  • Real employee stories from Eaton’s E-STAR program
  • The powerful impact recognition has on retention, performance, and employee sentiment
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