Will you deliver what employees really want next year?
What do employees want most when it comes to recognition? How do the recognition programs of employers align with these preferences? Find the answers in our review of 2020 Employee Recognition Trends.
While recognition and incentive program owners are optimistic, with many projecting budget increases, long-standing disparities remain between employee preferences and workplace realities. Benchmark your program for 2020. And learn what innovators are doing in the exciting area of experiential recognition.
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Each month, the Trendicators research division of Engage2Excel publishes reports based on original data from our nationwide surveys as well as insights and best practices from industry leaders and experts.
Our Top Reports in 2019 consolidates must-read insights on a broad range of topics, including: why employees leave, retention and separation drivers in the talent life cycle, why candidates accept or reject job offers, profiles of industry leaders in employee recognition, recognition budgeting, strategy and more.
Wiley and Scherbaum Sound Off on Managers and Recognition
Is your employee recognition program missing a key enabler for success? Although organizations devote an average of 1-2% of corporate expenditures to employee recognition, a majority provide no training for managers.
Why is it important to help managers get better at recognition, and what can your organization do to improve recognition effectiveness? To find out, we interviewed Jack Wiley, Ph.D., and Charles Scherbaum, Ph.D., two industry-leading experts on employee engagement and recognition.
Give your candidates AND employees the best experiences
A job isn’t just a job. It’s a chapter in someone’s unique life. The goal of any organization is to make that chapter as long as possible. By looking at both the candidate’s journey and employee’s holistic experience while they’re with your company and applying science to measure and improve those experiences — you can create lasting careers. The Career Experience: What It Is, Why It Matters and the Science Behind It focuses on a longer time horizon and a broader view, so you can actually increase engagement, retention and employee experience for the long term, rather than just accepting that the employee will be there for a short amount of time.
Are you creating career experiences that candidates and employees really want?
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We know that HR’s role has changed over the years. That’s why we developed our Trendicators™ Research Division to provide original research, along with reports on insights and best practices from industry leaders and experts. From recruiting to engagement and recognition and surveys, our library of research is at your fingertips.