With so much change and uncertainty affecting workplaces globally, it can be easy to forget that employees are at the center of any organisation’s success. And what those employees feel – about the companies they work for, their leaders, their teams, and themselves – ultimately provides the fuel for high performance.
Gallup and Workhuman research finds that strategic employee recognition – that is, recognition that is fulfilling, authentic, equitable, embedded in company culture, and personalised to the individual – is critical for cultivating an environment where both employees and the business thrive.
Recognition is a simple way for organisations to demonstrate their investment in and commitment to their employees. But it makes good business sense, too.
By making recognition an important part of company culture, a 10,000-person organisation with an already engaged workforce can save up to $16.1 million annually due to reduced employee turnover.
But that begs the question: If recognition has such an impact on reduced turnover, are there other cost savings it can yield throughout the organisation?
New analysis from Gallup and Workhuman describes correlations between employee recognition and employee outcomes across hundreds of organisations and thousands of teams in different industries.
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