Learning the Art of Appreciation: How to Retain Employees through Recognition

Recorded Dec. 8, 2015

We are in the age of the employee. They can be pickier than ever about where they work, especially since companies are actively struggling to identify the right employees for their openings; in fact, 79% of businesses indicate that the shortage of critical talent is the biggest hurdle facing HR today. Employees are integral to any successful organization, and they increasingly know how important they are for the business. But all is for naught unless companies engage their employees and demonstrate how valuable their work is to the organization’s ongoing success.

A great way to demonstrate appreciation is to recognize employees for their efforts, commitment, and accomplishments. A thank you or a pat on the back is always appreciated, but defined recognition programs that celebrate high performance are much more effective for engaging, empowering, and, most of all, retaining employees. Best-in-Class companies elevate and differentiate their employer brand by having unified recognition programs that connect all employees.

In this live session, we’ll share the latest research on how organizations can learn the art of appreciation, and why it’s so important to the business moving forward

In this presentation, you will learn:

  • Why a more connected, unified workforces leads to stronger business results
  • What social and peer-to-peer appreciation is and what it can do for your organization
  • How to implement top-tier recognition programs for a multi-generational workforce
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