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Over 80% of organisations polled by SHRM reported to having some kind of employee recognition programme in place, ranging from rewards and recognition to service awards and many other initiatives in between. However, with Gallup reporting that global workplace engagement levels have little-improved over the last 40 years, it seems clear there are reasons as to why recognition initiatives - designed to improve long-term engagement - aren’t having the desired results. What are the key reasons...

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It’s no coincidence that some of the most successful organisations on the planet can boast high employee engagement level scores. Engaged workers are hard-working, they’re focused on the long-term aims of the business and align themselves with the culture of the organisation too. So what is employee engagement, and why is it so powerful as a driving force for overall business success? The term itself covers a wide range of employee factors which are in-turn influenced by numerous business...

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Having a highly engaged workforce is something that people leaders aspire to create, but it’s a lot harder and far more complicated to achieve. Studies by Gallup have found that only 15% of workers worldwide are actively engaged in their jobs, with Aon suggesting in another study that 35% are actively disengaged. That’s a huge number of workers who are not engaging with their tasks, their work and their company on a day to day basis and who are, in fact, more likely to be doing harm than any...

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Creating the environment for a highly-productive workforce has always been top of the people-leader agenda, but despite this, lost-productivity is costing businesses millions each year. Through factors such as disengagement, corporate misalignment and poor wellbeing, it’s estimated that low levels of productivity are costing US companies up to $550 billion a year alone. But what can organisations do to begin to close the productivity gap? What initiatives and areas of focus will deliver the...

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The body of research indicating the positive impact that showing more recognition to employees can have on an organisation is comprehensive and categoric in highlighting the benefits - not only for employee’s personal sense of contribution and belonging but also to bottom-line business results. However, only around 14% of managers say they have the right tools to help make sure recognition takes place. And despite HR and people-leaders calling out for tools to streamline their own...

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