If you’re a business leader who still thinks recognition is a nice-to-have, you are sitting on an untapped resource that could turn your company around. It’s still an employee market out there, and yet, those same employees are more disengaged at work than at any time in the last decade.
It's uncertain what business or work will look like next quarter or next year, but one thing is clear: Employees want to feel valued, to connect with their coworkers, and to believe the work they do matters. And a strategic recognition program hits the mark on all three fronts.
Gallup and Workhuman® research supports the cause and effect relationship between recognition and positive business outcomes, but you’re not convinced yet, are you? So, let’s flip this discussion and look at the cost of remaining on the sidelines.
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