Source | www.hcamag.com | HRD
A generic thank-you message sent through group email won’t do much to keep staff motivated. When it comes to appreciating a job well done, employees want specific and timely feedback from managers, new research from Reward Gateway revealed.
Employers worldwide are pouring $46bn into employee rewards and recognition programs, yet workers reportedly crave more meaningful ways of receiving praise, not just generic thank-you’s.
Companies can do better than to give out annual recognition and rewards that fail to specify an employee’s accomplishment, according to respondents surveyed by the employee engagement specialist.