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The Five Employee Recognition Best Practices You Need to Know About
November 07, 2012
, 2:00 p.m. ET / 19:00 GMT
Stacia Sherman Garr, Principal Analyst
There are lots of ways to recognize employees – but what actually works? In this webinar, Stacia will reveal the five best practices for employee recognition – based on what employees – not just HR – say works. We will also share the new Bersin & Associates Employee Recognition Maturity Model, which shows that the organizations with the most mature recognition practices are approximately 12 times more likely to have strong business outcomes.
After attending this webinar, listeners will know:
- The business case for employee recognition
- The five best practices for employee recognition
- The different levels of organizational employee recognition maturity and where their organization fits in
- Examples of companies that have leveraged the different recognition practices
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