5 ways OneHub | Recognition will improve your culture. Your questions answered:
How do you instil a consistent culture across multiple regions or countries?
One thing that makes an appearance pretty much everywhere is social media. At the end of Q2, 2018, Facebook had 2.23 billion (1.74 billion on mobile) monthly active users. LinkedIn has 562 million users across 200 countries.
How can I improve my global employees’ relationships?
The progression of tech has opened international barriers, socially and at work, which has given companies advantages they never thought possible. An international workforce does come with a unique set of cultural challenges, however – many of which can be alleviated through the Recognition app. In being unified by a single social platform, remote and international workers – who could otherwise feel isolated – have a continual touchpoint with your organisation and with their peers.
How can I drive productivity?
Research has shown that employees who receive strong recognition generate nearly twice as many innovative ideas as those who don’t. Those who receive frequent recognition are also significantly more likely to find more efficient ways of working, and to be proactive in making improvements to their organisation and their place within it.
How can I improve employee engagement?
Workplace thanks goes hand-in-hand with employee engagement. It positively affects drive and determination, company connections, workplace relationships, and personal standing, which improves employee advocacy and motivation.
How can I save money through recognition?
Recognition isn’t a substitute for a reasonable salary and good employee benefits! So, assuming salary and benefits meet employee expectations, employees are looking for recognition as their main motivator. In fact, the main reason for employees leaving their job is a lack of appreciation. To avoid this cost, regular, authentic recognition needs to become habitual in your workplace. What employers often make the mistake of doing is “throwing money” at an outdated recognition scheme in the hope that a carriage clock will motivate people.
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 The Effect of Performance Recognition on Employee Engagement, O.C. Tanner, 2013