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Rethink Internal Company Networking to Make Friends and Propel your Career

by Traci PeschRecognize This! – Rubbing elbows with management at company outings might not get you as far as making friends with your coworkers.Summer is the season for company outings. A company-wide trip to the amusement park or a community service event. These outings are meant to create…See More
Aug 25
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Aug 20
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

What GE, Accenture, Adobe and Microsoft Have in Common

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – More and more companies are turning a critical eye on the traditional annual performance review process as the primary means for employee feedback.This month, Derek Irvine (our chief blogger here on Recognize This!) wrote a couple of posts on Compensation Café about decoupling pay from the…See More
Aug 19
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A Master Class in Recognition Messages from The Daily Show

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – Great messages of recognition require details about the meaningful and long-lasting impact the recipient has had on the giver.Though I usually catch it in replays, The Daily Show is one of my favorite TV shows. I appreciate how it consistently captures the news of the moment, often tackling very uncomfortable subjects with humor, shining a…See More
Aug 17
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2 Critical Budget Considerations for Employee Social Recognition Programs

By Derek IrvineRecognize This! – Budgets must be appropriately established to reach all employees in a differentiated and calibrated way.“How should I structure an employee recognition program that will have the kind of impact I’m seeking?”That has to be one of the most common questions I hear when discussing strategy for a social recognition approach that drives desired…See More
Aug 11
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Aug 7
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

Gallup: Why Only 15% of Germany’s Workers Are Engaged

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! – 85% of Germany’s workers are not engaged or actively disengaged, costing the EU’s largest economy €275 billion each year.I often write about Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and how being recognized is critical to our sense of…See More
Aug 5
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

Disengaged Employees and the Risk of Inside Hackers

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! – Successfully engaging your employees instills a loyalty that can prevent company insiders from leaking private information.It seems we hear about more breaches of companies’ customers’ personal or financial information nearly every month. When companies suffer security breaches, costs are significant, but financial losses can be…See More
Jul 30
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Jul 24
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

Rules of Enchantment to Bring More Romance to Work (the HR-Approved Way)

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – We all could use more romance at work, when we think of romance in terms of celebrating emotion, the individual, imagination, nature and spontaneity.One of my personal career highs was the opportunity to lead a panel discussion at Work Human last month. The panelists were all authors of tremendous books…See More
Jul 22
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

Compensation Cafe: Why Work Is More than a Paycheck

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! — Work can and should be more than a means to a paycheck. The benefits to us as individuals accrete exponentially with such an outlook.For too many and for too long “work” has meant “a place to get a paycheck and leave as quickly as possible.” But work can and should be so much more – fulfilling, meaningful and of value personally. No, our jobs won’t be…See More
Jul 15
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3 Characteristics of Superstar B-Players

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – Not everyone can be on the starting team, but the A-players wouldn’t achieve great success without a roster of strong B-players behind them.I’m a Red Sox fan. I came by my fandom honestly – I married a diehard Red Sox fan in 2004, and so started watching Sox games in self-defense. (But…See More
Jul 13

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