Date & Time: Wednesday, June 1, 2022 1:00 pm ET
Hannah Yardley, Chief People & Culture Officer, Achievers
Brie Harvey, Head of Market Research and Community, Achievers
HR leaders have long understood that effective recognition is a core element of retaining and engaging employees, however, recent findings suggest that plenty of well-intended organizations are still falling short when it comes to enabling leaders to say “thank you” in a way that results in people feeling seen and valued.
On June 1st, join us as we discuss key highlights from the Achievers Workforce Institute’s “2022 State of Recognition Report”. We’ll explore how to harness research-backed tips and insights to build and sustain an approach to recognition that’s optimized for the modern workforce and ultimately drives engagement and retention.
In this interactive session, you’ll learn:
- Key ways recognition and employee expectations have evolved since the pandemic
- Tips for articulating the business case for recognition to the C-Suite
- What 20 years of research reveals about the most important predictor of whether recognition programs are successful
- The most common mistakes leaders make that cause recognition to fall flat and how to fix them
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