Are you the jaded type that thinks no one really cares about getting a pat on the back for a job well done? Perhaps the kind of person that thinks no one would really leverage a peer-to-peer recognition tool if it were available? Well, it’s time to rethink your tune.
What good deeds are being done you might wonder? It spans the gamut. Employees are thanking each other for big things like staying late to finish up major projects and helping with employee onboarding down to the little things like clearing out the dishwasher.
Even more remarkable: the happier employees are, the more likely they are to given each other recognition. While only 18% of the least happy employees share praise, 58% of the happiest cohort gives cheers. Professional happiness encourages 3X more recognition!