Why Managers Don’t Recognize Employees And What To Do About It

It seems that despite the overwhelming evidence supporting the positive impact of employee recognition in an organization, many managers are still not practicing it for one reason or another. The common reasons managers give are

[Infographic] Why Employee Recognition is Important for Business Performance

Employee recognition lets employees know that their hard work is appreciated. It doesn't have to cost the business anything - it can be done in less than a minute. The results of which can have

How to Make Recognizing Valuable Employees Part of Your Daily Routine

(Guest post by Andre Janus, Founder and CEO of Cristaux International) Recognizing top-achieving employees is a great way to strengthen workplace culture and drive business success. For many companies, recognition programs revolve around monthly, quarterly

Why your employees are unhappy and what to do about it

There have been significant improvements in the way we perceive employee engagement and employee happiness. More and more managers have come to understand that their team members are their most valuable resource and if they’re

[Infographic] Employee performance reviews: productive or destructive?

One of the greatest enemies of employee engagement is a poor relationship between management and staff.  When communication is weak or one-sided, consists only of criticism, or is infrequent or inconsistent, employees come to dread

[Infographic] Inside the mind of a successful manager

The art of successfully managing a company and its employees can define the success of a company. Work ethic and leadership are just a few components of running a company successfully. Proper management is key

[Infographic] 3 Reasons Why Employee Recognition Is Important

Companies engaging in employee recognition programs experience 50% higher levels of productivity from their workers. Recognition is also connected with higher profits, higher customer satisfaction, and lower rates of employee turnover. Learn more about employee

Crowdsource leadership decisions and give your employees a voice

Leaders often believe that they have answers to every question. While being in this position does come with a lot of advantages, this doesn’t necessarily mean leaders know everything. The truth is it is impossible