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20 Proven Ways To Recognize And Reward Employees For Great Work

There are two kinds of companies: those that recognize and appreciate great work and those that simply expect employees to do their jobs. 

Useful Google Sheets & Templates For Leaders — The Ultimate Boss's Resource

Today’s leaders are faced with a significant challenge. To be successful, they must possess traditional management skills, as well as the capabilities necessary to meet the demands of a rapidly changing business environment driven by technology. There is a constant need for learning and development in order to meet the needs of both employees and the organization. 

9 Critical Leadership Qualities Executives Need to Possess in 2020

These days, the business world is in the age of widespread and multidimensional uncertainty. Powered by digital disruption, economic, workforce, employee, and environmental issues are rapidly changing—to the point that change has become the new norm.

Boost Your Employee Recognition With These 15 Inspiring TED Talks

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that employees like being recognized for their efforts at work. Despite that, fewer than 33% of employees feel as though they’re valued at their jobs, according to our research. Think about it. When employees feel expendable, they’re not exactly motivated to work as hard as they can.

These 4 Companies Totally Get Employee Recognition

Our Employee Engagement Report found that less than a third of all workers feel valued or appreciated at their job. It’s no secret that employees who feel like they're a vital part of the company are likely to stay at their jobs longer.

The Top 50 Compliments for Coworkers

In performance reviews, words matter.