Building Productivity Through Reward & Recognition

| April 26, 2016

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Recently, BambooHR did a study to find out which things were annoying and which things were deal-breakers for employees. We discovered that 82 percent of employees find it annoying when they're not recognized for their accomplishments. If your employees feel annoyed, chances are they won't be around long. If you want to keep your people around, it's time to sit down and deliberately and thoughtfully plan your strategy around reward and recognition. This white paper will help you to get started.

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