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Compensate Employees Non-Financially: Recognition Programs (HRMN42T)

Presented By : Mary Gormandy White , M.A., SPHR
(*) Single User Price. For multiple users please call 1-800-223-8720
Pre Recorded Audio Conference
60 minutes
  •  Tue, November 18, 2014
Event Description
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Discover Steps by Which Employees are Compensated Non-Financially So That Their Levels of Motivation and Job-satisfaction Remain Intact

While direct compensation (pay) is an important consideration for organizations, money alone is not the only source of compensation that matters to employees. Indirect rewards are just as important - and recognition is one of the most essential aspects of indirect compensation. Recognition programs are not important only when times are difficult from an economic perspective. Providing employees with recognition for their work, commitment, loyalty, etc. is important no matter what the economic environment or your company's approach to wages and salaries.

It is a simple fact that people need to be recognized for their work and accomplishments, both at an individual and team level. Employees who feel their efforts and successes are rewarded are much more likely to be engaged and motivated, have higher levels of job satisfaction, and exhibit optimal productivity than those who are not. Recognition also helps employees learn what behaviors and attitudes are most valued by the organization. When you provide recognition to employees, you are providing reinforcement for desired outcomes. Additionally, good employees who don't feel they are recognized often look for opportunities elsewhere, leading to turnover among the very people you'd most like to keep - and simply because their need for recognition is not being met with you.

Fortunately, implementing recognition programs doesn't have to cost a lot of money; in fact, there are some very meaningful things you can do that don't cost anything at all. In this conference by expert speaker Mary White you will discover some fairly simple steps you can take to ensure that your organization's culture becomes one that is defined by recognition.

Training Objective:

  • Simple, low and no-cost opportunities to implement recognition opportunities into your company's culture
  • Why and how to make performance feedback part of your approach to employee recognition
  • Key factors to consider when implementing 'employee of the month/quarter' and other similar programs
  • Ways to allow peers and customers to play a role in employee recognition
  • Why and how to tie recognition to core values, organizational goals, and performance evaluation system
  • Utilizing employee newsletters/intranets/social media pages/groups/publicity as part of your recognition program

Who Should Attend

  • HR Professionals
  • Managers/Supervisors
  • Small Business Owners

Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.

About Our Speaker(s)

Mary Gormandy White, Employment Laws ExpertMary Gormandy White M.A., SPHR
Mary Gormandy White, M.A., SPHR, SHRM-SCP is co-founder of MTI Business Solutions (www.mtibusiness.com), Gulf-Coast-based corporate training firm specializing in HR, management, leadership, communication, customer service and Everything DiSC training and related services. She works with clients throughout the U.S. and ... More info

 
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