The traditional touchpoints for recognition have disappeared, and in many cases, employers have struggled to recreate the same level of recognition across a more fragmented workforce.

In The Employee Recognition Manual you’ll find expertly curated information to get you started, or restarted, designing a recognition programme that best serves the needs of your people – and your business.

The manual includes:
- How to apply behavioural psychology to your recognition programme
- Your 7-step recognition plan
- Your recognition tech checklist

Most people cite ‘lack of appreciation’ as a reason for leaving a job. Lack of recognition is the top predictor of burnout and receiving recent recognition is in the top three predictors of engagement.

Not being recognised for hard work can cause motivation and engagement to plummet, often leading to stress and an irreconcilable disconnect between employer and employee. A lack of recognition is also a predictor of higher levels of loneliness.

Especially in ‘these times’, effective workplace recognition has never been so important. Organisations need to let their people know that they see the extraordinary lengths they are going to and are grateful for those efforts.

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