With any program, you have to get your money’s worth. It’s no myth that companies view employee recognition as expendable – unless there is visible ROI. Most organizations have a recognition program in place; however, it is rarely aligned with objectives to drive business results. Without proper alignment, communication falls flat, so most employees don’t even know such a program exists. What’s more, most organizations don’t realize recognition is the key lever to success, right at their fingertips. Bersin & Associate’s report, The State of Employee Recognition in 2012, found that organizations with recognition programs had 31% lower voluntary turnover than organizations with ineffective recognition programs. Read this research report to understand the business case for employee recognition.

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