May 31, 2022

Recognition is a simple yet effective way to keep employees from quitting

Workhuman's joint report with Gallup studying workers in the US, UK, and Ireland is linked in this CNBC article revealing that recognition can prevent burnout and employee turnover, however the majority of leaders don't designate it as a strategic priority.

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