Recognition is something of a ‘buzz phrase’ these days. Many employers talk about it but do they understand what it actually means, or why it matters?
The savviest employers know that by properly recognising their employees’ achievements, they can implement positive change in the workspace, reinforcing the culture and values of their organisation. But what does that mean in practice and what are organisations actually doing about it?
We sat down with a panel of industry experts – which included Michael Rose, Reward Strategy Consultant and author of Reward Strategy, Sally Purbrick, Head of Reward at Anglian Water and our own Jamie King, Director of Global Reward – to develop a blueprint for those wanting to implement a meaningful recognition strategy.
Simply download our free recognition strategy e-Book and case study to find out more about:
- How to build your employee recognition strategy
- What is recognition
- How to truly motivate staff?
- Critical success factors for employee recognition
- A case study from Anglian Water