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HOW DO MILLENNIALS WANTS TO BE RECOGNIZED?

Jun 1, 2017

Millennials are the largest working section in U.S. There are about 53.5 million working Millennials in U.S. and this number is expected to grow as more job-seeking students will graduate from their respective colleges/universities. This group is often mislabeled as Lazy, conceited and most difficult to manage. Despite all of their famous rumored characteristics, most…

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Meaningful Employee Recognition

May 30, 2017

Meaningful Employee Recognition Employee recognition means acknowledging the hard work and dedication of the employees who have given it all for achieving a set milestone, completing a project and much more. It is the strongest form of recognition which makes an employee or team feel valued, respected and motivated. As it is said “You Don’t…

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Work-Life Balance

May 22, 2017

Work-life balance is defined as striking the right balance between work- life and personal life. It is a daily effort made to devote the right amount of time to work and family. It is the balance that lets a person enjoy achievements made throughout the day. This balance varies from person to person. It depends…

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Engagement and Commitment

Mar 23, 2017

It’s no secret that employees want to be recognized for their hard work. Whenever a new hire joins your ranks, they carry with them vast potential, which they’re eager to show. But even the most devoted employee won’t want to carry on if he or she feels that their contributions are going unnoticed. Everybody —…

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[eBook] 5 Benefits of Employee Recognition Software

Feb 27, 2017

5 Benefits of Employee Recognition Software Benefit One’s employee recognition platform is the only solution that you need. We know you have your company couture, future vision, strategy, and you know “one size fits all “theory doesn’t apply to employee recognition program, that’s why you are here. We have an ability to make every single…

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Personalized Recognition: A Crucial Piece of Employee Engagement

Feb 15, 2017

It’s no secret that employees want to be recognized for their hard work. Whenever a new hire joins your ranks, they carry with them vast potential, which they’re eager to show. But even the most devoted employee won’t want to carry on if he or she feels that their contributions are going unnoticed. Everybody —…

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Measuring Employee Satisfaction Through Voluntary Turnover

Feb 6, 2017

Schedule, workload, environment, salary, culture, values, management – these all affect employee satisfaction in one capacity or another. Although there’s no such thing as the “perfect job” (or the perfect employer, for that matter), odds are that high turnover means there’s an issue in one or more of these areas. Regardless of the cause, voluntary…

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Recognizing a New Generation: How Millennials Have Uprooted Workplace Recognition

Dec 15, 2016

An aging population has brought a lot of changes in virtually every area of society, and the workplace is no exception.  When it comes to feedback and recognition, Millennials have needs that are radically different from previous generations, seeking more frequent acknowledgment. To Millennials, a desirable position isn’t about security the way it was to…

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Money Doesn’t Make the World Go Round

Dec 7, 2016

We’ve all heard the old adage, “money makes the world go ’round,” but that doesn’t mean it makes the world spin faster.  Yes, currency is a driving force in the global economy, that much is clear. After all, it affects everything from individual stability to international competition. The problem is that many employers ­– in…

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Engaging vs. Rewarding: The Benefits of an Employee Recognition Platform

Nov 17, 2016

Employee recognition and its relationship to engagement isn’t as direct as we think.  Conventional wisdom would make us think that if we give our employees a pat on the back and toss them a prize or two, they’ll be engaged, happy and productive.  But that doesn’t explain why, according to a 2012 publication by Bersin…

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