Companies everywhere know that their people are a strategic and competitive advantage. By helping employees feel appreciated companies can create a culture that attracts and retains top talent, and inspires their people to do great, innovative work.
While employee recognition is universally relevant around the world, there are cultural differences to keep in mind when it comes to giving recognition. What are the best practices when it comes to recognizing employees in different countries when they all have different needs? Are you recognizing your employees in the most meaningful and effective ways?
Join Stephanie Hendrickson, Director of International Business Development at O.C. Tanner as she shares these insights and more from a brand new comprehensive study of over 1,000 HR leaders in 12 countries around the best way to appreciate and recognize their people.
Join us to learn:
• New insights and benchmarks around HR practices for recognition in 12 countries
• What global companies are doing to recognize their people, including the types of awards being given and achievements being recognized
• The true impact of employee recognition globally
• Best practices in recognizing employees for multinational organizations
These topics and more will be discussed in a free, HRCI-accredited webinar on Wednesday, May 24th. Stay tuned after the webinar for a quick Q&A with Stephanie.
As O.C. Tanner’s Director of International Business Development, Stephanie Hendrickson has helped companies create world-class strategies to recognize their employee’s accomplishments no matter where they are located around the world. Stephanie has been with O.C. Tanner for 22 years and has traveled extensively conducting research on recognition best practices and localizing award experiences.
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