Entries by Adam Whatling

Social recognition explained

If you need Social recognition explained, this is the blog for you. We have all you need to get to grips with questions like: Does this form of social recognition really work? How can you integrate social recognition into your employee value proposition successfully? Social recognition schemes are a great way to motivate and engage […]

8 reasons you can’t afford to ignore recognition

If there’s one place to start to improve your company culture, it’s staff recognition. And the stats prove it. We have eight key staff recognition stats in this blog that show how much you stand to gain from embracing recognition. Recognition affects key areas in your business like:   Employee retention *2015 SHRM/Globoforce survey *Bersin […]

How to ensure your employee recognition scheme is a success

The leaders in your company must understand the value an employee recognition scheme brings and how it impacts on overall business success. Any business that values its employees and wants them to stay needs to understand that regularly showing appreciation is a key driver of engagement and retention. Having constant flow of employee recognition is […]

A useful employee engagement definition in plain English

An employee engagement definition can get complicated. As complicated as someone wants it to be, really. It’s the kind of concept that becomes nebulous and hard to pin down once someone dresses it up too much. Or tries to twist it to fit their own agenda. We’ve got a simple, workable employee engagement definition. And […]

How to pick quality employee recognition software you can depend on

Employee recognition software merits the same careful consideration you would give to finance or sales management software. Your employees’ engagement is important enough to justify priority on that level. You might feel a little bit overwhelmed by the providers, features and modules competing for your affection. That’s no cause for panic. Refer to our checklist when […]

Read this and you’ll thank a colleague every single day

Thank a colleague for what they do. It improves the physical and mental condition of both that colleague and you yourself. That’s the evidence from a recent study by Portland State University and Clemson State University. The study explained The university staff ran a study of 146 nurses practicing in Oregon, USA. Nurses in the USA […]