Merck chose to partner with Workhuman to launch its first ever peer-to- peer recognition program, called INSPIRE. “Workhuman’s platform allowed us to improve every aspect of the recognition process, making it easier for employees to both give points and recognize each other, as well as redeem for gift cards and merchandise in every country,” explains Michaela Leo, director of compensation at Merck.
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