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When surveyed, 'lack of sufficient recognition' is a top reason for high performing employees leaving an organization.
High performing employees need some type of recognition and this recognition must come 1 out of every 7 business days. In addition, half of that overall recognition should be coming from their direct manager.
Organizations are working fiercely to better understand the new global, multi-generational and innovative workforce. With different values; working methods; motivations; and needs, the traditional recognition systems are falling short of adding value.
Today’s workforce requires a new set of employee recognition methods, interactions and supportive systems. Electronic Recognition combines the best pieces of traditional recognition and is emerging as a significant advantage to meeting the needs of today’s workforce.
Learn what Electronic Recognition is, why it is proving to be so effective, and the benefits organizations are gaining from it. Electronic Recognition is becoming the keystone to understanding many of the hardest questions HR professionals have been trying to figure out for decades.
As Chief Evangelist at SPARC LLC, John Smith has developed a culture that engages team members and creates transparency between all levels of organization.
Through the utilization of an Electronic Recognition system a whole new set of workforce analytics and questions can be tracked, measured and answered. These new systems are delivering great value to the workforce, increasing the levels of recognition, feedback and overall employee engagement. In addition, these systems are providing great value to management and offer a new level of information and insight into the organization's most valuable asset, its workforce.
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I liked the group presentation...hearing from employees was real and genuine. Most of the webinars today are from companies who have provide electronic recognition programs - some seem to get quite complicated. This presentation made it seem simpler and more easily implemented especially in companies that are not really embracing this concept yet but want to start looking at it. Thanks good info.
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