How important is compensation management in motivating your workforce? It is one of the top five job-satisfaction factors. Learn how to reward employees and yet hold steady on payroll costs in this complimentary SuccessFactors white paper.
Everyone likes to be noticed. Recognition and rewards help people feel good about what they are doing and things they have accomplished. Recognizing employees will keep them focused, directed and willing to repeat the behaviors they were recognized for. Learn 10 reasons why recognizing your employees really works.
Everyone likes to be noticed. Recognition and rewards help people feel good about what they are doing and things they have accomplished. Recognizing employees will keep them focused, directed and willing to repeat the behaviors they were recognized for. Learn 24 ways to recognize your employees that will help you build a positive and energized workforce.
Published By: SAP Inc.
Published Date: Jul 28, 2009
Learn how midsize companies are putting in place a business intelligence information infrastructure - making them more likely to adhere to their budgets and deadlines, concentrate on improving the overall business rather than just one department, and reward employees accordingly.
How important is effective compensation management in terms of motivating your workforce? Plenty. Compensation has consistently remained one of the top five job-satisfaction factors considered most important to employees.
Today, many employers have considered offering a reward or penalty to encourage employees to reduce their BMI. Yet weight bias is prevalent in the workplace even before incentives for BMI reduction are introduced. This white paper, derived from a presentation given by Dr. Rebecca Puhl and Dr. Jennifer Lovejoy, discusses weight bias, reviews well-known examples of employers who offer incentives tied to BMI, and offers practical strategies to promote a supportive worksite environment.
Many companies are adding integrated recognition and reward strategies specifically to engage employees, enhance the employee experience, and drive shared responsibility for reaching corporate goals throughout the organization. This white paper from TharpeRobbins shows you how performance-driven rewards help our clients move beyond traditional service and safety reward programs to new levels of employee recognition.
Published By: RolePoint
Published Date: Apr 12, 2016
Over the last three years, social networks have experienced exponential growth. Employee networks have grown accordingly, offering access to structured career data through sites like LinkedIn in particular, and unstructured data through networks like Facebook. Employees are continually adding new contacts and growing personal networks. Job posting tools that share jobs into social networks are often described as social referral tools, though this is an inaccurate and misleading description. The more sophisticated of these tools create unique links for sharing that enable employers to identify which of their employees originated the share. This is useful for recognition and reward, whilst the practice of sharing jobs in the wider network is to be encouraged in order to reach job seekers who are browsing or using search engines to identify opportunities. Job seekers are increasingly connecting with their peers in organizations they want to work for. Encouraging employees to share jobs in
"Still thinking of employee learning and business needs as separate or competing entities?
Your employees want targeted training thats ready when they are, and they also want to be rewarded for developing new skills. Companies also want to provide learning, but only if it shows results at the lowest possible cost. In fact, 59% of employees said that access to projects to help keep their skills up-to-date would keep them satisfied at their current company.
So how do you reconcile the two? Download this brief to learn 3 Ways to Tie Learning Directly Into Business Needs. "
Published By: Achievers
Published Date: Mar 21, 2012
The key to unlocking performance and growth is aligning the actions and goals of employees with the priorities of the organization. Read Aberdeen's research on Rewards and Recognition to learn how to align employees to your organization and inspire performance.