Prioritize Recognition for a People-First Culture

July 15, 2020 Jess Huckins

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Are you facing competing initiatives when it comes to supporting your humans? For multinational pharmaceutical, biotech, and chemical organizations, peer-to-peer recognition is the key to a people-first strategy – which is the foundation of a strong, collaborative culture that withstands challenges beyond your control and keeps your employees engaged through even the worst of times. 

Here are six ways recognition can make an impact on your culture – and, in turn, contribute to better business outcomes.

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About the Author

Jess Huckins

Jess Huckins is a content producer at Workhuman. She produces the Keeping Work Human video series and writes white papers, checklists, video scripts, infographics, and other content, focusing primarily on the data fueled by gratitude and recognition. Jess lives in Salem, Mass., where she enjoys adventuring outdoors with her two border collies.

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