Top : Employee Recognition - The recognition of employee successes is often neglected by busy managers, but it's a powerful and no cost method of improving morale, motivation, and employee productivity. Here we'll look at various methods ans employee recogition strategies, both formal and informal.Performance Management Articles, Guides and Help:
By Chris Hermann - The role of money as a motivator is indisputable if you don't have enough. With bills to pay and mouths to feed, most hunter/gatherers will push themselves to get enough money into the bank account to remove those troublesome worries. However, once the threshold of comfort has been reached and there is a steady flow of money coming from a job that is well understood, can money be used as a further motivator? Viewed 1305 Times )
By NA - In the employee satisfaction studies we have done, we've never found a firm with low employee recognition scores and high employee satisfaction scores. There is some debate in the HR community as to whether it is better to reward employees with more money, or in non-monetary ways. These two methods need not be mutually exclusive. Viewed 2258 Times )
By Chris Herrmann - Research has uncovered the fascinating fact that recognition is the number one motivator. More than money and extra overtime, it produces effects in your workforce well beyond the cost of your actions. However recognition is not always as simple as saying Good job! The phrase Different strokes for different folks was never more accurate. The world is made up of so many complex personalities that one piece of recognition cannot possibly fit all circumstances. Fortunately, those who know their co-workers well will instinctively understand what gives them that extra rush of blood to the head. Viewed 1456 Times )
By Don Jacobson - Here are some ideas about creatively recognizing employee performance, particularly through the use of presenting certificates. Includes free certificate templates. Viewed 1142 Times )
By Chris Hermann - The most effective tool in a manager's toolkit for dealing with poor performance is coaching. Not screaming at them from the stands and withholding rewards but working with them down on the pitch to find out what's causing the problem and building their fitness and stamina like the corporate athletes they should be. Viewed 1241 Times )
By Chris Hermann - Like most managers, Brian Reynolds believed that his team had its strengths and its weaknesses. When asked in an employee satisfaction survey Do you recognize good performance in your team? he answered with a resounding Of course I do! However the following question stumped him. How frequently do you make a point of recognizing good performance face-to-face? His answer had to be Never. Viewed 1237 Times )
By U. of Arizona - Here's a quick overview from the University of Arizona regarding why employee recognition strategies are so important. Viewed 1359 Times )
By HRCouncil - As you go through this article, notice how many of the employee recognition methods require no additional funding. That's because salary and promotion are just two of the many ways companies can recognize employee contributions Newest Additions Viewed 0 Times )
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