Reward and recognition strategies that engage workers
WEBINAR RECORDING

Reward and recognition strategies that engage workers

Wednesday, October 8, 2014
2 – 3:15 p.m. Central Time
Price: $139
Member Price: $129

A 60-minute webinar and live Q&A session featuring Carol Hacker

You want high-impact recognition that fits your organization and boost employee performance.

Join us for this webinar to learn how to get it. You’ll learn:

  • How to balance financial and non-financial rewards that are real motivators for employees
  • How to anticipate problems, avoid mistakes and prevent failure
  • How to give fair, flexible recognition that makes employees happy and boosts morale
  • ...and much more!
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Employees need praise when they reach their goals.

They need the same when their valiant effort misses the mark.

How do you:

  • Decide who should be rewarded?
  • Select the best form of reward?
  • Keep morale and recognition high on a limited budget?

If you can’t answer these questions, it may be time to rethink your strategy.

It’s up to you, the HR pro, to get employees’ attention with recognition.

High-impact recognition can be formal or informal, planned or immediate. You must decide which is best for your organization.

Join us for this webinar and learn how to:

  • Give recognition that is fair, flexible and meets the needs of your team members
  • Embrace and sell the benefits of a program that improves quality and productivity
  • Use rewards and recognition to reduce turnover and boost the bottom line
  • Balance financial and non-financial rewards to motivate all employees
  • Develop varied themes for reward and recognition, from “out on a limb” to “waste awareness” to “exemplary safety”
  • Prevent failure—anticipate problems and avoid mistakes that look great in theory
  • Sponsor a diverse program committee that keeps recognition consistent
  • Avoid the same old, same old—recognize behaviors you want in a way your workers value

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