2 thoughts on “The Business Case for Employee Recognition

  1. Recognition is an important element in employees establishing the identity they want to enjoy at work. The graphic is great. The only think I would want to change is to broaden the scope in the sentence: “Companies that regularly recognize their top talent…” for us should read: “Companies that regularly recognize the valuable contribution of each employee…” It isn’t only your top talent who you want to fully engage, it’s everyone.

  2. Agree with Bill above. Indeed, focusing employee experience initiatives (which lead to engagement) too intently on today’s top performers can leave organizations with a costly future leadership gap as tomorrow’s stars, feeling disconnected, “under-recognized” and undervalued, pack up their potential and head for other career opportunities. LOVE the infographic!

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