No one’s ever been thrilled about the performance management process. Even high-performing employees dislike reviews, and most managers certainly don’t enjoy giving them. How can we make it less about “managing” performance and more about reinforcing behaviors and coaching our employees to even greater success? Which new practices are companies adopting and how effective are they?
In this webinar, we’ll take a deep dive into the virtuous circle of “feel good” moments that recognition creates with John Baldino SPHR SHRM-SCP, president at Humareso.
Are you looking for a tool to keep healthcare workers happy and engaged? How can you appeal to diverse employee groups like physicians, nurses, IT staff, and administrators?
Did you know that employees recognized in the last six months are more than 2x as likely to believe their leaders care about creating a human workplace? This is just one of several key findings from a new report published by the WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce. The report explores which human workplace practices resonate most with workers—creating a magnetic culture that attracts and retains the right talent.
With 20,000 employees in 17 countries, The Hershey Company is a powerful consumer brand driven by a multigenerational, global workforce. So how does the company whose mission is to bring goodness to the world empower such a diverse employee base?
According to Gallup, the number one reason most Americans leave their jobs is that they don’t feel appreciated. So while Employee Appreciation Day is officially March 4th, but it’s time we stepped up our game and started showing our appreciation all year long.
Surveys consistently show that only about 30% of employees consider themselves 'engaged.’ And improving engagement in a meaningful way has proven elusive for many organizations. What if instead HR started focusing more on the overall employee experience?
While employees are happy at work, more is needed to engage them and produce a sense of well-being, trust, optimism and confidence that can propel culture forward.
Employees are integral to any successful organization, and they increasingly know how important they are for the business. But all is for naught unless companies engage their employees and demonstrate how valuable their work is to the organization’s ongoing success.
Weaving together research and powerful examples, we will make a compelling business case for employee recognition and appreciation in the workplace to improve engagement and internal communications.