According to a 2013 survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Globoforce, 81% of organizations currently have a recognition program. These programs were designed by HR professionals to empower employees, make them feel valued, and instill a sense of purpose.
Employees want more recognition than they currently receive. The existence of a recognition program isn’t enough – it needs to be widely used to create business benefits. To realize benefits and maintain them, you need to create a culture of recognition within your IT department.
This executive brief will help you:
- Make the case to revitalize a recognition program if your department is struggling.
- Explain how the recognition project will be accomplished.
This blueprint will help you create a culture of recognition that is tied to your core values and goals, simple to implement, and designed to have the greatest impact on your IT department.