Peer-to-peer recognition: Defined
What is peer-to-peer recognition?
While manager and leadership-led recognition efforts are important, peer-to-peer recognition is a powerful, often overlooked tool which increases employee collaboration and company morale.
In fact, peer-to-peer recognition is 36% more likely to have a positive impact on financial results than manager-only recognition.
So what kinds of peer-to-peer recognition can you put in place? One example is peer-to-peer eCards, completely unique to your business goals and brand that drive values-led behavior so your employees are recognized for actions that help contribute to a company’s bottom line through living core company values.
Peer-to-peer recognition shouldn’t hide behind closed doors — when a “job well done!” or a meaningful “thank you” is sent and opened, others in the company should be able to participate in the moment of recognition and extend that conversation.
Help make peer-to-peer recognition more frequent at your organization, and use it to build a culture of continuous employee recognition. Here’s a look at how peer-to-peer recognition can help benefit your business:
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