“Data is foundational,” says Gabrielle Thompson, SVP of executive and board at Cisco. “It’s no longer the case that one powerful person in a company owns data. It’s accessible to all, connecting all sorts of information in a huge variety of ways.”
Indeed, data analytics is an exciting area of opportunity for HR and business leaders to show both the human and bottom-line business impact of their people strategies. And when it comes to the treasure trove of insights that can be gleaned from a Social Recognition® program, organizations are seeing both immediate and long-term ROI.
This asset gives you a deeper dive into three data points uncovered by the Workhuman® research team that show how a robust Social Recognition program enhances productivity, safety, and patient satisfaction. Ultimately, the data tells a rich and compelling story on the power of recognition in building a culture of resilience and connection.