Employee Recognition Appreciating Your Workforce
Employee Recognition: Appreciating Your Workforce for a Single Unique User Course (Online subscription only)
Employee Recognition: Appreciating Your Workforce
Everyone likes to be recognized for a job well done. Some people like more recognition than others, but it?s all-important on some level. It can be doubly important in the workplace, as it keeps employees happy and therefore results in a strong business that serves customers well and keeps the bottom line strong. Employee recognition can be a simple, but effective, tool.
This course looks at the value of recognizing employees and how to carry it out in the workplace, both formally and informally.
This workshop will help you teach participants:
- Define who employees are
- State why employees should be recognized
- Develop a program for employee recognition
- Implement and measure an employee recognition program
You will spend the first part of the day getting to know participants and discussing what will take place during the workshop. Students will also have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.
You have to know who, exactly, your employees are before you can begin to apply for a recognition program. This session takes care of that with a look at the various employees and where they fit into a company.
Why does it?
Once you have decided who you should include in your recognition plan, it?s time to take a look at why. Here, you will consider the benefits that flow from an employee recognition plan, not just for the employees, but others as well.
Appreciate your employees and they will stay. That simple claim is the basis for this session which looks at ways to show appreciation and motivate your employees.
Laying the Groundwork
There?s a lot of work to do once your company has decided upon an employee recognition program. In this session, your students will look at the steps to take prior to launch.
The Nuts and Bolts
Building upon the groundwork laid in the previous session, this session covers the actual implementation of the program.
At the end of the course, students will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.