Findings from the 2018 SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey: Designing work cultures for the human era
HR is embracing a new era focused on making the individual employee experience as human as possible – and forging the kind of employer brand that attracts and keeps the best people.
The WorkHuman Research Institute 2017 Survey Report takes a comprehensive look at humanity in the workplace and outlines new findings based on a survey of more than 2,700 full-time U.S. employees.
Even as organizations communicate a consistent set of company values, how does the employee experience change according to where your employee sits? Further, do employees in different countries value certain human workplace practices over others?
Amid rampant consumer distrust and industry consolidation, how can financial service organizations drive a more positive and human experience for their employees? And what impact could a positive employee experience have on workforce outcomes – like performance and retention?
What are the top challenges global organisations face when motivating employees? Are these organisations changing the way they reward and recognise their employees? How is the culture shift in the global workplace impacting traditional approaches to performance management?
The new Gartner report, Recognition and Rewards Software: What You Need to Know, is a must read for any HR leader who wants to modernize their organization’s approach to recognition and rewards. A centralized program not only reduces tax noncompliance risk, but also allows for “in the moment” recognition that motivates employees and promotes a stronger, more human culture.
Findings from the SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey: Employee Experience as a Business Driver
In this 2016 report, drawn from the SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey, nearly 800 HR leaders and practitioners share their perspectives on the impact of recognition on organizational outcomes, trends in human workplace efforts, and evolving performance management practices.
Based on data gathered from more than 23,000 employees in 45 countries, a new research study from IBM’s Smarter Workforce Institute and Globoforce’s Work Human Research Institute explores what it means to “Work Human.”
Building a more human workplace is about more than just engaging employees—it’s about promoting people’s strengths, capabilities and functioning. As HR professionals, what can we do to help our employees thrive at work? And how will our businesses benefit from focusing on each worker’s physical, cognitive, and emotional energies?
As organizations focus more on connection, communication, meaning, and well-being, leaders need to know which practices are most effective in transforming culture—and which practices deliver the greatest ROI.