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How to Succeed at Employee Recognition with Easy Onboarding

By Lydia Stevens on July 10, 2020

Maybe your company just did an employee engagement survey that came back with concerning results. Or perhaps the organization recently expanded, causing a greater need for tracking employee recognition digitally. Whatever your reason is, it can be intimidating when you first dive into the world of employee recognition.

Topics: Employee Recognition Company Culture Employee Recognition Software Employee Engagement Software
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5 Remote Working Tools You May Not Have Thought Of Yet!

By Lydia Stevens on March 19, 2020

Remote working comes with its benefits, and it also comes with a host of challenges. Depending on factors such as childcare, office space, and other logistical considerations, remote working can become a lot more complicated than it might initially sound in fun articles on future generations.

Topics: Future of Work Employee Recognition Remote Working Employee Engagement Software
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What Exactly is Employee Engagement?

By Lydia Stevens on December 9, 2019

Employee engagement has been getting a lot of attention recently. From the well-known Gallup survey to articles in Forbes and beyond, it's a topic that has infiltrated the world of business. And for good reason, too.

Engaged employees have been shown to perform better, be less likely to quit, and be happier and more motivated. For companies, this translates into higher profitability with the same number of employees. It's a win-win.

Topics: Employee Recognition Employee Engagement Relationships Company Culture
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4 Benefits of Peer-to-Peer Recognition in the Workplace

By Lydia Stevens on November 11, 2019

Depending on where you work, the attitude towards recognition programs and employee engagement can range significantly. While some company leaders continue to believe that simply paying their employees is enough, a steady stream of modern research says otherwise. Rather than financial incentives, it's appreciation and the intrinsic motivation that comes from it that leads to optimal employee engagement and performance.

Let's jump into four of the most impactful benefits of peer-to-peer appreciation and what you can do to start getting those benefits today!

Topics: Employee Recognition Employee Engagement Employee Recognition Software Employee Engagement Software
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3 Reasons Why Workplace Recognition Promotes Diversity and Inclusion

By Lydia Stevens on October 29, 2019

With the frequency that we hear the terms "diversity" and "inclusion" today, it's fair to say these concepts have made their way into mainstream conversation. No longer confined to the Human Resources department, workplace diversity and inclusion are becoming key topics when discussing an overarching business strategy.

Topics: Employee Recognition Company Culture Diversity and Inclusion
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103 Examples of Workplace Recognition to Boost Employee Engagement

By Preciate on September 27, 2019

Inspiration for Complimenting Your Coworkers

As we know, employee recognition is one of the most important areas to keep up with in the workplace; it can help with many companies' greatest concerns such as diversity and inclusion and employee motivation. Most of all, recognition feeds employee engagement, which leads to more employee happiness.

Topics: Recognition Employee Recognition Employee Engagement Relationships Workplace Employee Recognition Software Employee Appreciation
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Recognition: The Secret Ingredient for Confidence and Ultimate Success

By Lydia Stevens on July 31, 2019

Whether you're a business leader, student, or mid-level employee, you probably want to feel confident and be successful. Generally, leaders are already fairly confident and are trying to encourage their teams so they feel more self-assured. On the other hand, many individuals still grapple with a lack of self-confidence.

No matter who you are, understanding the connection between recognition and confidence will help you find success. 

Topics: Employee Happiness Employee Recognition Company Culture Human Behavior
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Why Financial Employee Incentive Programs Can Reduce Motivation

By Lydia Stevens on July 8, 2019

Whether it be in the office or at school, people tend to think financial incentives would make them and their team work harder. If only they could get paid directly for putting in that extra effort, and perhaps their overall motivation and performance would improve as a result. And sometimes, especially when the reward is big enough, that is what happens. The opportunity to earn more money for improved performance presents itself, and thus, performance improves.

Topics: Employee Happiness Employee Recognition Human Behavior Employee Motivation
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Public Praise vs. Private Pay

By Lydia Stevens on June 4, 2019

In the American workplace, there’s a traditional idea that the best way to praise an employee is strictly through financial rewards - employees receive a regular paycheck, what more could they need? It can even go so far as to say employees who receive recognition in the form of written or oral praise will get “soft” overtime. 

Topics: Recognition Employee Happiness Future of Work Employee Recognition Employee Health
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Why Office Perks Aren’t the Solution for Disengaged Employees

By Lydia Stevens on May 28, 2019

For young people searching for jobs today, it’s almost impossible to avoid companies trying to lure them in with office perks like game rooms, massage chairs, and yoga classes. And all these things sound fantastic, especially when you’re fresh out of college dorms, where forty people are sharing three showers and you can hear your next-door neighbor snoring through the wall.

Silicon Valley is particularly notorious for providing employees with a swath of benefits and perks from free meals and snacks every day to in-house barber shops and dental offices. Companies like Facebook and Google draw in thousands of new employees, largely by offering an array of perks that appeal to the generations who have come to expect convenience and comfort.

Topics: Recognition Employee Happiness Future of Work Employee Recognition Employee Health