Southern New Hampshire University is scheduled to offer insights on how the university built the business case and stakeholder alignment for a unified recognition program. Led by Jennifer LaFountain, SNHU Director of Talent Engagement & Inclusion, the session will detail the university’s journey to design and launch the program, and how they built the program with input from the employee base and other key stakeholders. The presentation aims to provide guidance to help HR leaders across industries get their recognition and reward programs up and running in order to connect, motivate and retain their hybrid workforce.
Reward Gateway’s Erin DiVincenzo, Global Solutions Marketing, will also take the stage to discuss the importance of connecting, engaging and retaining employees through reward and recognition programs, in order to boost overall morale and ensure the organization is prepared to thrive, no matter the circumstances.
Those interested can see both sessions live on-site during the event. Catch SNHU’s talk on Friday, September 10th from 1:30p.m. - 2:30p.m. PT, and Reward Gateway’s presentation on Saturday, September 11th at 10a.m. PT.
Reward Gateway helps more than 2,000 of the world’s leading companies, in 23 countries, to connect, recognize and support their best people with an employee engagement platform that brings employee benefits, discounts, recognition and reward, employee wellbeing, employee communications, and employee surveys into one unified hub. Clients include American Express, Unilever, Samsung, IBM, and McDonald’s. For more information, please visit www.rewardgateway.com.