Put their names in lights

Many companies talk recognition, but how many walk the talk? For a corporate culture to be a “culture of recognition,” recognition practices must be reflected in every behavior. Everyone must be convinced that recognition is the right thing to do because employees truly are the most important resource. And everyone must believe that recognition will have a positive impact on employee morale, tenure, performance, and productivity.

Many organizations “do” recognition, but that do

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