Understanding that the most important elements to employee recognition and engagement are found in a blended approach of tangible and non-tangible motivation is the first step in building a culture that reflects the mission and goals of your organization. As we approach a new year, this is the perfect time for organizations to revisit their rewards and recognition strategy.
Sodexo Motivation Solution’s Demonstrating Value in Employee Recognition Programs White Paper, takes an in-depth look at the impact of programs by using the more comprehensive VOI model, which emphasizes qualitative and quantitative impact on performance.
Gallup estimates that the cost of lost productivity as a result of unengaged employees in the US is $450 to $550 billion a year.
Great study from Gallup today and very relevant for organizations as they plan their 2013 engagement strategies.
Leveraging both emotional and financial elements during the holiday season creates a more engaged workforce which research shows is more likely to increase staff loyalty, productivity and customer satisfaction.
As generation Y rapidly overshadows the traditional and baby boomer generations in the workplace, employers are challenged to understand their priorities to remain competitive in the marketplace and attract high performers.
Recognition and reward leader, Sodexo Motivation Solutions shares five brand-building essentials that create program excitement, increase participation and promote company values.
Taking the time to evaluate what motivates employees is a critical step towards increasing engagement levels throughout the workforce. By identifying the similarities and differences in employee attitudes, assessment tools communicate to organizational leaders what type of recognition will inspire their workplace.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has put an emphasis on patient satisfaction scores; with this heighten interest hospital administrators are revisiting their employee recognition and reward programs as a means to increase employee engagement and achieve high patient satisfaction.
A new hire’s experience on their first day can set the stage (and their mindset) for the rest of their employment. Going the extra mile to make a new employee feel welcome the organization is an important first step in building employee engagement and achieving a sustainable culture of recognition company-wide.
Each organization, with unique mission, vision and goals, is ultimately in search of one thing –success. Success means different things to different people, but every organization - from start-ups to the well-established - looks forward to attaining this goal. There are many tools today to assist an organization on their journey – but none are as prominently effective as happy employees.
Compensation, Benefits, and Payroll managers all play a substantial role in an organization’s Human Resource Department. But when it comes to implementing the tools that can help a company achieve a culture of recognition and high employee engagement, who influences and leads these decisions?
As we ring in a new year, now is the time reenergize your workforce. Consider these 5 helpful steps to building employee engagement in 2012.
Frequently, employee incentive programs are interchanged with recognition programs, but are organizations sending the right message by just issuing an incentive? A multitude of studies exist that prove incentives are more effective when used in harmony with recognition - a time when the recipient can make a connection from appreciation to reward.
What constitutes a successful recognition and reward program for hospital employees?
Are there a set of Best Practices that define success?
This is the question Sodexo Motivation Solutions set out to answer, with the help of Benenson Strategy Group. In-depth interviews were conducted with C-Suite executives, human resources representatives and department heads at industry-leading hospitals across the United States.
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