Rewards and recognition has become an increasingly popular topic in HR Technology and the human resource circles in general. Employee disengagement is high in many companies and the struggle to figure out solutions to change that is top of mind for many organizations.
This summer we conducted a survey of human resource professionals and corporate leaders to take a closer look at the current, future, and ideal state of rewards and recognition within the marketplace. We had more than 400 companies participate, evenly split between domestic and global, and with company size ranging from under 1,000 employees (38%) to over 10,000 employees (22%). The results allowed us an insight into how companies are handling rewards and recognition currently as well as what they want, or expect, in the near future.
Top Three Trends for 2014
- Early Service Recognition
- Creating a Culture of Recognition
- Social Media is Still Slow on Acceptance in Rewards & Recognition at most companies.
Want to learn more? Read the full report. This paper is an overview of the results we found, based on our market study as well as the key trends we have identified that will be seen on a wider scale in the coming 12-18 months. That doesn’t mean that the trend has not begun; it just means the adoption or acceptance of it is still limited.
Read more in detail about current corporate rewards and recognition programs, statistics that support the trends identified as well as what other human resource leaders are looking for as they make their next vendor selection in the free download of our trends report.
Note: This research is offered at no charge to all of the readers thanks to underwriting by Michael C Fina. Please note: While they licensed distribution, they had no creative or editorial control on the results.