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What Globoforce Learned When We Met the President

How Obama reminded us at Globoforce about the importance of authenticity and appreciation.

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5 Ways to Spot Bad Information

Here are five guidelines to use when evaluating research to determine if it is valid.

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Schrödinger’s Cat and The Role of the Observer in Employee Performance

We take a look at Schrödinger’s Cat and the role of the observer in employee performance.

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Globoforce Honored as Top Place to Work

Globoforce has been named the Top Place to Work in Massachusetts in 2012 by the Boston Globe for the Small Company Category.

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Social Recognition Takes Off at JetBlue Airways

JetBlue Airways has been working with Globoforce to power its recognition program driving an 88 percent increase in crewmember satisfaction.

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Making Performance Management “Significantly Exceed Expectations”

Peer-to-peer reviews bring valuable new insight into the talent management process, and employee recognition puts this data at your fingertips.

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Crowdsourcing the Review: Eric Mosley in the Harvard Business Review

Globoforce CEO Eric Mosley has published an article in Harvard Business Review examining the benefits of crowdsourcing feedback and recognition.

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