Forget Engagement. Think “Ownership”

The economic rationale for non-cash reward and recognition programs is predicated on increased employee engagement, which in turn has been proven to increase business performance. Engaged employees are more productive, more customer focused and, as a result, more profitable. Business leaders want engaged workforces, but they struggle to articulate how an engaged employee will better…
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World at Work Total Rewards 2012

Doing More with Less: Re-examining the Business Case for Employee Recognition The pressure to do more with less continues to guide corporate thinking. And too often, the focus centers on the “with less” mandate. This interactive session shows how a properly designed recognition initiative (like the case study from Siemens US) can indeed “do more”…
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