We’ve finally made it to the end of 2020. It’s been a year of challenges, but with challenges come opportunities. A new year symbolises a new beginning and it’s a chance to put your engagement initiatives at the top of your list.
We’ve helped countless HR and People Leaders transform their culture, and we want to share our best practices with you, like incorporating your company values or identifying culture champions to combat employee burnout. Not sure how to build your own thank you culture? We’ve built a step-by-step checklist for a successful reward and recognition program to get you started:
How to prioritise employee recognition in 2021
In our recent survey, we asked 1,510 employees from companies across the UK, U.S. and Australia about their biggest stressors. Connecting and engaging employees is more important than ever, with 51% of these employees looking to move jobs for a variety of reasons, including:
- citing feelings of underappreciation and a lack of recognition (30%)
- a lack of support (26%)
- insufficient connection to the company (23%)
In an ever-changing environment, your people are looking to their organisations for stability, connections and appreciation. And the reality is that if they aren’t finding these things, they’re likely to leave your organisation.
Not sure where to start? The good news is you’ve already done step one!
No matter where you are on your reward and recognition journey, it’s always a good time to pause, reflect and get ready for what’s ahead. It’s more important than ever to shine a spotlight on hard work and build a powerful employee recognition strategy to better connect, recognise and support your people.
To learn more about how we can help you future-proof your organisation in 2021, get in touch with us today.