Learn from HR industry veterans Laurie Ruettimann and Carmen Hudson about the true meaning of employee appreciation, and how – in the midst of the burgeoning #MeToo and #TIMESUP movements – to foster the kind of environment where people have a sense of safety and belonging.
To attract the brightest talent and avoid turnover, you need to answer this question: How can you distinguish yourself as an employer of choice?
What does your people strategy look like for 2018? Which programs and processes will you put in place to not only support the business, but also drive a more human employee experience?
Are you looking for tips on how to adopt a more human approach to your overall HR strategy? Curious which initiatives one world-class company is adopting to make employees feel more appreciated, empowered, and recognized?
Did you leave WorkHuman 2017 energized and motivated to bring about change in your organization? Are you looking for next steps and best practices when it comes to creating a culture of appreciation, gratitude, and positivity?
We discuss AtlantiCare’s new social recognition program, Shining Stars. Recognition has always been an integral part of AtlantCare’s culture, and not only increases employee engagement, but also drives greater ROI and produces new workforce insights as the organization grows.
Have you ever calculated the true cost of voluntary turnover in your organization? When you consider the costs of hiring, onboarding, training, lost productivity, and lost engagement, it might be higher than you think. For Schneider Electric, the global energy management leader with more than 100,000 employees in more than 100 countries, that number was in the hundreds of millions of dollars per year.
In partnership with Globoforce, DENSO launched a peer-to-peer recognition program that creates a more positive employee experience and makes employees feel appreciated and valued. In just three months, DENSO has seen marked improvements on its employee engagement survey.
Working in partnership with Globoforce, Cardinal Heath has made recognition more inclusive – by expanding beyond the United States to offer peer-to-peer recognition for all 37,000 employees globally.
Fresh off winning Best Recognition Program at the 2016 National HR Awards, Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) is excited to share its recognition story.