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The Psychology of Recognition at Work

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Wouldn’t it be great if more people on your team were happier in their jobs and prouder of your company? What’s the secret to getting more people passionate and excited about their work? Research shows that simply giving recognition more frequently to more people can have a huge impact in the workplace.

Read on to learn the current state of recognition, how recognition impacts engagement and satisfaction, and why recognition is the foundation a human workplace.

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The Psychology of Recognition at Work

  1. 1. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RECOGNITION AT WORK BASED ON FINDINGS FROM THE WORKHUMAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE AT GLOBOFORCE
  2. 2. LET’S START WITH THE BAD NEWS FIRST
  3. 3. We asked workers When was the last time you were recognized for your contributions at work?
  4. 4. 1in5 workers said they’ve never been recognized Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  5. 5. said they haven’t been recognized in more than 6 months1in3 workers Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  6. 6. GOOD NEWS NOW FOR THE
  7. 7. How often are people recognized in your organization?
  8. 8. ENGAGEMENT RETENTION EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION Studies show that recognition has a huge impact on:
  9. 9. Employees recognized in the last few months are more likely to identify as highly engaged 2X Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  10. 10. We asked workers How does recognition and reward make you feel?
  11. 11. 92% said it makes me feel appreciated. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  12. 12. 86% said it makes me feel prouder of my work. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  13. 13. 85% said it makes me feel happier at work. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  14. 14. Not only does recognition make employees feel more appreciated, proud, and happier, but it also impacts attitudes about work.
  15. 15. Workers recognized in the past month are…
  16. 16. 34% MORE LIKELY to believe their company is a best place to work. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  17. 17. 35%MORE LIKELY to say their culture is fun and enjoyable. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  18. 18. 37%MORE LIKELY to believe their company cares about them as a person. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  19. 19. Recognition also has a significant impact on trust, belongingness, & transparency at work.
  20. 20. These findings show that you can’t build a human workplace without first focusing on recogniton.
  21. 21. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce © 2016 Globoforce Limited. All rights reserved. CALL US: +1 888 7-GFORCE EMAIL US: info@globoforce.com » READ OUR BLOG: globoforce.com/gfblog » VISIT OUR SITE: globoforce.com Download the Report THE ROI OF RECOGNITION IN BUILDING A MORE HUMAN WORKPLACE Click here LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO CREATE A HUMAN WORKPLACE
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Wouldn’t it be great if more people on your team were happier in their jobs and prouder of your company? What’s the secret to getting more people passionate and excited about their work? Research shows that simply giving recognition more frequently to more people can have a huge impact in the workplace. Read on to learn the current state of recognition, how recognition impacts engagement and satisfaction, and why recognition is the foundation a human workplace.

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