Source URL for stat listed in point 1: https://www.mercer.com/newsroom/one-in-three-employees-claim-to-have-a-job-rather-than-a-career-new-mercer-survey-finds.html
Source URL for stat listed in point 2: http://www.ultimatesoftware.com/Contact/hr-whitepaper-is-there-really-a-generational-divide-at-work?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1
Source URL for stat listed in point 3: http://www.right.com/wps/wcm/connect/right-us-en/home/thoughtwire/categories/media-center/Only-1-in-10-Employees-Define-Success-at-Work-as-High-Performance
Source URL for stat listed in point 4: https://www.bamboohr.com/blog/reward-and-recogntion-survey
Source URL for stat listed in point 5: http://www.achievers.com/whitepaper/greatness-gap-state-employee-disengagement-uk
With employee recognition, you can motivate and identify core competencies to
help develop career paths for employees in a positive and organic way.
78% of employees would stay with
their current employer if they knew
they had a career path instead of
just a job.
Career Development is Key
Goals can be daunting:
understanding the progress
made towards attaining them
makes them seem more
manageable, and 32% of
People work hard to cultivate their
skills, and 53% of employees say
respect for their knowledge and
experience is their top expectation
In a recent survey of 1,000 U.S.-based,
full-time employees 75% of employees
who were recognized by their manager
once a month reported being satisﬁed
with their job.
Convey Your Mission
Unnervingly, nearly two-thirds
(61%) of employees don’t know
what their company mission
Employee recognition isn’t just for the big wins; it’s an excellent way to
support progress and provide encouragement by giving employees feedback
every time they move one step closer to completing their goals.
An employee recognition platform allows both leaders
and peers to publicly praise employees for their
expertise, providing the employee with further
motivation to develop it further.
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The more satisﬁed your employee is, the more engaged they will be, and
the more likely they will stay with your company for the long-term while
producing stronger results.
While 85% of those that were recognized
weekly reported being satisﬁed.
An employee recognition program, clearly linked to a company’s mission and
values, is a great way to align employees around those values.
To help set the groundwork for success, we present to you ﬁve revealing
HR stats that prove the value of employee recognition.