Unlock the potential power of employee recognition.
Recognizing employees for their contributions and accomplishments is always important to support recruiting, increase retention and fuel productivity.
However, when employees are being asked to show unprecedented resilience, flexibility and adaptability, rewards and recognition become more vital—and more central to the bottom line.
Organizations may feel that implementing recognition programs is too costly, as resources may be stretched thin and economic recovery moves forward incrementally.
But the case for rewarding and recognizing employees is compelling, even in the face of a global pandemic.
In this e-book, we bring forward research from our 2020 State of Workplace Empathy that makes the case for using rewards and recognition to amplify empathy and productivity within your organization.