Many organizations understand the impact of employee recognition to promote productivity and retention. While this recognition typically comes from a supervisor, a new article from Bloomberg BNA suggests that peer-to-peer employee recognition can produce great results as well.
“Social recognition is the foundation for creating a more human workplace—one which fosters a culture of recognition and appreciation while empowering individuals, strengthening relationships, and providing a clear purpose aligned with achievable goals,” Derek Irvine, vice president of client strategy and consulting at social recognition provider Globoforce.
Co-worker recognition programs can be especially effective in organizations with remote workers. “It’s a great way to keep (employees) aligned, engaged in their work and wanting to do more,” said Formstack CEO Chris Byers.
You can read the complete article here, https://www.bna.com/coworker-recognition-programs-n73014449490/
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