Listen to Workhuman on the Gallup Podcast

June 7, 2022 Sarah Mulcahy


Last month Workhuman® and Gallup released a new research report titled, “Unleashing the Human Element at Work: Transforming Workplaces Through Recognition.” It’s chock full of interesting insights – like the fact that only 1 in 4 employees strongly agrees they feel connected to their company culture. Among other things, the research shows recognition is the antidote to that feeling of disconnect that’s fueling the Great Resignation.

Dr. Isha Vicaria, people data analyst at Workhuman, joined the Gallup Podcast to chat with Gallup’s Editor-in-Chief, Mohamed Younis, about what the findings mean for organizations looking to build people-first cultures. They discussed the five pillars of recognition and how feeling recognized at work not only makes you more productive, but also adds to your quality of life.

This week we’re publishing that conversation as a feed drop on the How We Work podcast. Take a listen!

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Sarah Mulcahy

Sarah is senior content marketing manager at Workhuman. When not writing and reading about all things culture, leadership, recognition, and appreciation, she enjoys iced coffee, running, and spending time with her daughters, Mabel and Eva.

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