We often hear people discuss the challenges of planning their recognition strategy for well-rounded teams of different generations. But with challenge comes opportunity to better embrace the collective positive experiences of working alongside a team of people, no matter when they were born. It’s all about understanding motivators and what makes people tick. So, when you develop your recognition strategy, it’s a good idea to consider your audience, what is important to them, and how they like to be recognized.

Learn more about the diverse perspectives, motivations and needs of every employee within your organization here!






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A hire-to-retire strategy in the context of recognition and rewards is the idea that celebrating employees isn’t just a singular event; it’s using your recognition strategy to formalize the connections you have with your employees throughout their entire journey with your company – from the time they are onboarded to the time they retire.

  1. Think C2: Consistent & Complementary
  2. Start early and recognize often
  3. Make it a big deal
  4. Make employees feel like they belong
  5. Personalize it

Learn more about how implementing a hire-to-retire recognition strategy can elevate your culture and benefit your organization here!






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Employee recognition has never been more important. A new study in late 2020 reported that less than a quarter of employees felt supported during the pandemic outbreak and nearly half surveyed didn’t feel recognized for their work. The report also noted that 35% of employees are looking for more appreciation. However, on a positive note, 47% of employees who HAD received peer-to-peer recognition in the previous week felt very engaged. One of the top drivers of employee engagement is recognition for good work. By integrating a recognition strategy you elevate your employees’ experience, improve job satisfaction and inspire success.

What can you do to appreciate your employees so that everyone
can keep up the good work? Learn more here!



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2020. It’s been a lot. But, despite all the negativity, there are many positive ways companies have improved their employees’ experience. And, it’s even more inspiring to know that they’re evolving their company culture for the long run. Successful leaders have found that engaging the family, understanding what employees really want/need and recognizing individuals with creativity and authenticity makes a big difference!

Check out a few of the impactful, creative, and smile worthy initiatives noteworthy organizations are utilizing here!

What will you do to improve your employee engagement in 2021?






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Holiday Gratitude Inspires Success

The holidays are traditionally a time to reflect on the year that has been and look forward to the year ahead. While holiday cheer may be tough for some to muster after a year that has given us so many unprecedented challenges, it is still the perfect time to pause and share some genuine, positive moments. The holidays, especially this year, give us the opportunity to celebrate accomplishments, recognize individual and team success, offer special thanks, and inspire motivation for the new year.

While your team may be well into planning the virtual holiday party full of stress-relievers and online fun, what are you doing to incorporate a healthy dose of appreciation at the holidays and throughout 2021? Learn more!



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