by George Dixon, Employee Engagement Consultant at Reward Gateway
The employee/employer relationship has changed significantly in the past decade; employees crave regular feedback, they want to be connected to something bigger than themselves, and they want trust and autonomy. Well, that’s what studies are telling us, and that means everything to do with the employee experience – including reward and recognition – needs to help achieve those things.
If you want to wow your people and get them excited and engaged about coming to work, then you can’t just settle for old-school reward and recognition tactics. What worked 15 years ago isn’t going to cut it in today’s workforce.
Click here to read four things that will take your employee reward and recognition experience to the next level.