Cardinal Health partnered with Workhuman to launch its first global, social recognition solution, Bravo!, designed to support a culture of recognition and appreciation across the entire organization.
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“This allows us to very easily recognize people from all over the world which, in a traditional HR system, you might not be able to do quite as easily ... It’s great to see the connections."
"Workhuman ... allowed us to move into the digital space and make our recognition program more user-friendly," says Michaela Leo, director of compensation at Merck.
“Recognition is an investment in people. It’s going to retain talent," says Gabrielle Thompson, senior vice president, acquisitions & total rewards at Cisco.
P&G's recognition program, Power of You, is driving engagement and retention. Employees who receive five awards are 2x less likely to leave P&G and there's a 300% increase in peer recognition.
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In 2015, LinkedIn partnered with Workhuman to launch Bravo!, a global, peer-to-peer recognition and rewards program that has a significant impact on employee retention and performance.
As with many large, global corporations, Eaton was challenged with driving a culture of recognition that made every employee – no matter their function or location – feel valued and appreciated.
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