6 EXCUSES FOR NOT USING RECOGNITION

RECOGNIZING YOUR EMPLOYEES increases the likelihood that they will do good work — and will want to continue to work for you. For these reasons alone, you'd think the use of recognition would be standard operating procedure in today's organizations. But it's not.

Here are the six leading excuses for not using recognition, listed in priority order as reported by managers who don't use recognition:

  1. “I'M UNSURE HOW BEST TO RECOGNIZE MY EMPLOYEES.” Managers w

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