Employee recognition is a clear communication tool that reinforces and rewards the most important and valued outcomes that people create for your business. Strong employee retention is the sign of a strong company.
You can’t grow a business if you’re constantly losing your best people. According to the Center for American Progress, the average cost of losing an employee is 21% of that person’s annual salary. For example, losing a worker who makes $40,000 per year would cost your company roughly $8,400.
Keeping your best people should be a priority. One of the best ways to improve retention is by ensuring you’re adequately recognizing employees who are performing above and beyond their standard responsibilities.
But how do you know which types of recognition or rewards are best-suited for your employees? By asking them of course!
We surveyed over 1,000 people to understand which types of recognition they value most. Using this data, we’ve put together a list of tips and ideas for you to use to reward the top-performers at your company.
Every company wants to keep their best employees. Employee recognition should be for those of your team when they’ve gone above and beyond, this will boost their and your workforce productivity in your company.
However, many businesses struggle with appropriately recognizing employees when they’ve done an exceptional job. Following the tips listed here will help you build a playbook for effectively recognizing employees and keeping them happy and fulfilled at work.
The most important part of properly recognizing employees is to ask them how they want to be recognized – every person is different, so you want to make sure you’re offering recognition that resonates with the unique individuals that work at your company.
In addition to employee recognition, employees also thrive when they feel like they fit in with a company culture. To promote this, make sure you hire team players. A collaborative environment with encouraging managers rather than toxic managers will further promote a sense of belonging and employee satisfaction!
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Hi, I like your infographic on the subject of employees’ satisfaction. I am an employee and I can agree 101% on your assessment! And you back up your info with solid facts.
I’m not surprised to note that 18% of employees rated ‘recognition via their boss’ as important. We know people don’t leave jobs, they leave bad managers or bosses.
I myself have worked under horrible bosses! I am fortunate to be able to adapt or I move to other departments within the company.
I find that it is very helpful for your employee recognition tips and tricks posts to have had infographics. The visual element to accompany the writing really did help me to process the information. And for this I thank you a lot.