4 steps to take to start a successful peer recognition program
Here's a piece of early-2016 bad new for managers and employers: Employees care more about the approval of their peers than that of their superiors. And there's proof: A 2014 TinyPulse survey of more than 200,000 employees found that an employee's peers were the number one reason respondents said they might go the extra mile at work. Which begs the question: How can employers use the influence of co-workers to their advantage?
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