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Recognition programs that pack a punch: a strategic and integrated approach for big results

Topic:
Recognition programs that pack a punch: a strategic and integrated approach for big results
Date:
January 24, 2013 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Autumn Manning, EVP, General Manager(YouEarnedIt)
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Description
Today’s workforce is made up of four generations, all with unique preferences that can create quite a challenge for Human Resources professionals. Research shows that employee recognition and reward programs create lasting engagement, improve satisfaction, and boost retention, but it’s difficult to create a meaningful program that meets the needs of the entire workforce. Recognition is no longer top down. Peer-to-peer appreciation puts the power of appreciation in the hands of employees not only boosting their individual engagement but providing crowd sourced wisdom that leads to better decision making by management.

HR professionals need to pack a punch when rolling out recognition efforts to capitalize on their investment. The cost of turnover is, on average, 150% of an employee's salary and 250% of a manager's salary. That's why it's a business imperative for every company to boost engagement and improve retention across the organization.

Our three step approach provides HR Managers with the necessary tools to build a program that creates a culture of appreciation and provides the company with an increase in productivity and employee tenure.

Our presentation will give HR professionals the knowledge to:

* Provide employees with rewards that uniquely motivate them which means a variety of options that serve a multi-generational workforce.

*Anchor the program in the culture by ensuring employee adoption and engagement in the program through public recognition and cultural relevance.

*Consolidate recognition efforts into one central platform so that the process is more structured resulting in more budgetary control and an easier method for tracking ROI.

Who Should Participate
  • HR Professionals
  • Managers of Business Units
  • What You Will Learn
    HR Managers will be able to:
  • Provide employees with rewards that uniquely motivate them which means a variety of options that serve a multi-generational workforce.
  • Anchor the program in the culture by ensuring employee adoption and engagement in the program through public recognition and cultural relevance.
  • Consolidate recognition efforts into one central platform so that the process is more structured resulting in more budgetary control and an easier method for tracking ROI.
  • Recommended Resources
    How to Reward Employees on a Budget http://www.inc.com/guides/2010/04/rewarding-employees-on-a-budget.html Click here

    Recognition Professionals International www.recognition.org Click here

    Showing Appreciation at the Office? No thanks. http://online.wsj.com/article Click here

    Communities
    Human Resources Management
    Organizational Development
    Performance Management
    Culture
    Motivation
    PM Succession Planning
    PM Retention
    360 Feedback
    High Performing Teams
    Measurement of Culture and Climate
    Employee Satisfaction/Engagement
    Decision Making
    Creativity and Innovation
    Skills/Competencies
    Career and Succession Planning
    Small Business
    The HR Practitioner
    Structure and Organization
    HR Administration
    Skills and Competencies
    Rewards and Recognition
    Integrated Talent Management
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    Autumn Manning
    YouEarnedIt

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    YouEarnedIt
    Through an intuitive SaaS platform, YouEarnedIt offers a better way to recognize, reward, and engage your employees.
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    Name Comment Rating
    Image of Debbie McVadon Debbie McVadon
    Keesler Federal Credit Union
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of Mark Avallone Mark Avallone
    HR Management Association of Chicago
    3 / 5
    Good Presentation
    3 / 5
    Good Presentation
    Image of Ana Edna González Ortíz Ana Edna González Ortíz
    Trabajando en los comos, SC - DESIDERATUM
    3 / 5
    Good Presentation
    Image of Debbie Karunaratne Debbie Karunaratne
    Taco Bueno Restaurants
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of Lisa Werner Lisa Werner
    Spokane Eye Clinic
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of Kimberly Sass Kimberly Sass
    Unemployed
    3 / 5
    Good Presentation
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of TRACY BURKE TRACY BURKE
    Varius Business Solutions
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of Sally Larrabee Sally Larrabee
    Process Control Outlet Inc
    5 / 5
    Excellent Presentation
    Image of Kathy Maurer Kathy Maurer
    Iasis Molecular Sciences
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of Michelle Roth Michelle Roth
    Unemployed
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of Stephen Miller Stephen Miller
    Apogee Business Group
    3 / 5
    Good Presentation
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of Becky Helfter Becky Helfter
    Pentec Health, Inc
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of Cherie Lo Cherie Lo
    Huawei USA
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    Image of Tricia Toft Tricia Toft
    Cinicinnati Eye Institute
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    4 / 5
    Very Good Presentation
    5 / 5
    Excellent Presentation
    Image of Fran Eggles Fran Eggles
    West-ward Pharmaceutical Corp.
    Based on the Webinar title I expected more suggestions on Recognition Programs. The speaker spent too much time on beginning slides about the benefits and need of program and was unable to finish presentation and allow sufficient time for Q&A. The audience polling did not add any value to the presentation since we did not share what programs where in place. 3 / 5
    Good Presentation
    Image of Nikki Spencer Nikki Spencer
    Stream Global Services - Tampa
    Great presentation and relevant information. 5 / 5
    Excellent Presentation
    Image of Christine Krumins Christine Krumins
    DoItYourselfOnline
    "I accidentally closed out the dialog box before entering my evaluation after the first class this morning; however I participated in the survey questions. How are you ""taking attendance?"" Will you be sending us course codes to submit for credit? " 3 / 5
    Good Presentation
    This moved a little slow. She had did have good information. She obviously understood the basic principles and wasn't selling just one tool. Over all info. 3 / 5
    Good Presentation
    Image of Carol Nelson Carol Nelson
    Lend Lease
    Would like to see the addition of at least one real life case study that walks through the the conception analysis implementation and assessment of a reward and recognition program. Perhaps it could be a handout for attendees to go through following the presentation. 3 / 5
    Good Presentation
    Image of Miriam Berger Miriam Berger
    A Hire Authority

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