Have you mastered the art of social recognition?

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During the past century, employee recognition consisted of managers giving their employees tactical forms of reward – like pins or watches – for simply sticking around.

In the days of lifelong employment and strict organisational hierarchies, that may have worked. But today's employees want purpose, mastery, and empowerment – not a pen with a company logo on it.

In its latest whitepaper, Workhuman looks at why HR should adopt the principles of social recognition, where employees are publicly acknowledged for who they are and what they do.

It will explore:

  • How to define social recognition and its positive impact on performance management data
  • Building a powerful magnetic brand which increases sharehold returns
  • How HR can reduce voluntary staff turnover
  • Why gratitude and social recognition boosts employee happiness

Click here to read this paper and learn more about how to boost employee drive.