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Recognition Trends in 2013

Topic:
Recognition Trends in 2013
Date:
October 30, 2012 at 12:30 - 1:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Rob Catalano, Sr Director, Marketing(Achievers)
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Description
The 2013 Trends in Recognition: Does your organization have what it takes?

In today’s competitive business world, talent is the competitive advantage. In order to stay ahead of the economic upturn and the war-for-talent, while still ensuring your organization continues to maintain an engaged and productive workforce, it will be crucial to stay up to date on the trends in recognition that continue the positive momentum of engagement into 2012 and beyond. There are many outdated engagement strategies being executed resulting in a disengaged and unproductive workforce. Gallup estimates that disengagement costs companies in America $300B every year in lost productivity. This session will take attendees through the major trends in our recognition model which will focus on utilizing rhythm and technology to enable the top three trends in recognition, and how those trends drive ultimate employee engagement. This webinar will utilize many key statistics and case studies, and the focus will be on the trends of recognition as well as providing attendees with the tools to support these trends and implement best practices in your own organization. Question and answer will also be available during Rob’s session to ensure your organization has the strategy to recruit, retain and inspire top talent in 2013.

Key Takeaways:
* 2013 trends in recognition
* How to recognize effectively and keep the momentum going
* Recognition best practices from top employers
* How recognition is a critical component of an overall employee engagement strategy
* How to effectively incorporate rewards to the recognition mix

Rob Catalano is a Certified Recognition Professional that has worked in the Rewards and Recognition space for almost 10 years. He is currently the Senior Director of Marketing at Achievers. Rob has been cited in several media outlets such as the Business NewsNetwork, The Globe and Mail, and the New York Times. He has consulted several top employers in North America on implementing and maintaining rewards and recognition strategies and programs. Rob is an avid hockey and volleyball player, plays acoustic and metal guitar, and is a pointaholic.

Who Should Participate
HR Professionals and Business Executives
What You Will Learn
You will learn the following:
  • 2013 trends in recognition
  • How to recognize effectively and keep the momentum going
  • Recognition best practices from top employers
  • How recognition is a critical component of an overall employee engagement strategy
Recommended Resources
www.achievers.com
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