More and more businesses leaders are keenly aware that their employees’ attitudes and actions will be the driving force between success or stagnation in our global marketplace. The executive floor is looking for HR to develop reward strategies that not only help their companies attract and retain the best and brightest talent moving forward, but to also help businesses optimize the collective contributions of their knowledge-based employees.
Join me on Thursday July 26th at 3PM ET as I present a free webinar in conjunction with the Human Capital Institute entitled Knowledge Workers and How a Properly Structured Rewards and Recognition Program Maximizes Their Potential.
In less than 60 minutes, we’ll examine the psychological make-up of today’s knowledge worker (including a look at their working environments and preferred practices) and outline why those conditions make developing recognition programs for this new breed of worker so nuanced. We’ll talk about how the business case for recognition is morphing and how it must now focus on improving the cultural conditions that make this class of worker thrive. And, we’ll spell out how the preferred outcomes aimed at this audience are changing. A hint here: the answer centers on improved collaboration and innovation across the enterprise. We’ll close with the practicalities of getting it all done—the mechanics of recognizing this audience and how the right technical approach can help you do so easily, efficiently and effectively.
The webinar is sure to help any HR leader looking to deploy an employee recognition program aimed at this front-line and highly virtual workforce. I hope you can join me. Click here to register or learn more.