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In order to build and maintain an engaged workforce, it is crucial to stay up to date on recognition trends to drive employee engagement into 2013 and beyond. Utilizing key statistics and case …

In order to build and maintain an engaged workforce, it is crucial to stay up to date on recognition trends to drive employee engagement into 2013 and beyond. Utilizing key statistics and case studies, this e-book will focus on the top 2013 recognition trends as well as provide you with the tools to implement best practices in your own organization.

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  • 1. Trends in2013 Recognition
  • 2. “Engaged employees perform 20% better and are 87% less likely to leave their organization.”
  • 3. “Research has clearly and consistently proved the direct link between employee engagement, customer satisfaction and revenue growth.”
  • 4. 64%percentage of working Americanswho leave their jobs because theyare not recognized87%percentage of businesses today whostill use unstructured programs liketraditional service awards71%percentage of Americans who are notengaged in their current positions
  • 5. The companies jumping on the trend earlyare the ones that will win the war to acquire and retain great talent. WINNING
  • 6. 3Landscape for 2013 is shaped by three confluences...
  • 7. Landscape for 2013 is shaped by three confluences... technology: Global, Mobile, Social & SaaS
  • 8. Landscape for 2013 is shaped by three confluences... y x technology: demo shift: Global, Mobile, Social & SaaS 58% of the workforce is Gen X & Y
  • 9. Landscape for 2013 is shaped by three confluences... technology:Global, Mobile, Social & SaaS y demo shift: x 58% of the workforce $ $$$ $$$ ROI focused: Performance trumps presence is Gen X & Y
  • 10. Knowing this, we need to approachrecognition differently
  • 11. 4 Best Practices to Positively Impact Employee Success:
  • 12. 4 Best Practices to Positively Impact Employee Success: 1. Embrace peer-to-peer recognition in every direction.
  • 13. 4 Best Practices to Positively Impact Employee Success: 2. Recognize performance, not presence.
  • 14. 4 Best Practices to Positively Impact Employee Success: 3. Leverage the power of social employee recognition.
  • 15. 4 Best Practices to Positively Impact Employee Success: 4. Use data to identify high performers and high potentials.
  • 16. Engagementresults in…
  • 17. Profit...Comparative Annualized Stock Market Returns Comparative Cumulative Stock Market Returns Best Companies Great Workplaces perform 3x better provide 4x than the general the return market 10.32% +295% 4.02% 3.71% +74% FORTUNE’s Best 100 Russell 3000 S&P 500 Companies to Work For FORTUNE’s Best 100 Companies to Work For Russell 3000 S&P 500 Source: Russell Investment Group Source: Russell Investment Group
  • 18. Get ahead of the trends with the freee-book 2013 Trends in Recognition… 2013 Trends in R Utilizing Recogniti ecognition on to Drive Employ ee Engagement DOWNLOAD NOW
  • 19. STAY CONNECTED WITH US
  • 20. 1. Lockwood, Nancy R. “Leveraging Employee Engagement for Competitive Advantage: HR’s Strategic Role.” HR Magazine Mar. 2007:1-11. Print.2. “The Value of Happiness: How Employee Well-Being Drives Profits.” Harvard Business Review Jan 2012: 90. Print.3. U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, The Bersin & Associates Employee Recognition Framework, Gallup4. “Gartner Highlights Key Predictions for IT Organizations and Users in 2010 and Beyond.” Gartner.com 13 Jan. 2012. Web. 7 Jan 2013.5. U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics.6. Russell Investment Group