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Time Off as Awards in Peer Recognition Program

  The director of HR for non-profit tells me their organization uses a peer program with pretty significant awards: “If anyone does something extra to help a volunteer, or help another staff member, anyone who notices can give them a “credit.” Collect 10 credits and you get an extra day off during that fiscal year. There is […]

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Why Free Recognition Beats Costly Awards

The Employee Recognition Paradox While people say they want cash awards, studies have shown free recognition is most meaningful. Despite all the billions spent on recognition each year, the evidence seems clear: most meaningful recognition is free recognition. You might be thinking, “Wait a minute, the people in my company have confirmed that they prefer […]

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Navigating the Maze of Recognition Program Development

Registration is Now Open for the Popular Web Series Designing & Implementing Recognition Programs That Work     Are you interested in employee recognition program development? Are you planning to implement or revamp a recognition program? Well, you are in luck! Once each year I offer the webinar series Designing & Implementing Recognition Programs That Work. […]

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