Facebook and Twitter have proven to be powerhouse sources of information. They’re places to socialize, share, converse and learn. They can be a boon for organizations or a dangerous trap. It can be a huge benefit when your employees speak highly of your company or their fellow co-workers on their personal social media sites...but what about those employees who blur the line between personal and business? What if they crudely caption a photo from your company holiday party or blast a belief system on their personal page that can affect the morale of your company? It is too difficult and frankly, unwarranted, to try and enforce a code of ethics for employees to follow regarding the use of their personal social media pages. But should that stop you from building a social community of recognition in your workplace? Human resources departments know how crucial it is for their employees to recognize one another and how doing so increases employee engagement, as well as reinforces company values and desired behaviors. But how can you provide a fun social atmosphere while still maintaining your organization’s dignity?
G5 is the answer to many questions about social recognition done responsibly. This advanced system harnesses the power of employee interactions and offers a place for online socializing to make a real difference in the development of your company and its employees.
Imagine a system that is company-wide and engages employees in publically acknowledging their co-workers. It doesn’t have to be complex – G5 makes it easy.
BI WORLDWIDE’s system known as G5 is the most advanced social recognition system on the market today and is revolutionizing the way companies note achievements, memorialize anniversaries, commend work done well and celebrate their teams.
Employees engaged with their coworkers are the lifelines to a continually successful business. Their mindset is full of positivity when a company provides a socially responsible opportunity for giving and receiving praise, recognition and acknowledgement. Employees who receive recognition for their contributions are more likely to increase their performance levels than those who do not. In addition to receiving recognition, G5 inspires employees to pay attention to and recognize their fellow team members.