In this economic climate, it is more critical than ever to recognize staff for their contributions. Recent surveys on the topic suggest the following:
- 83% of organizations suffer from a lack of an employee recognition
- one out of three employees in the United states have received recognition for a job well done in the past week
- 28% of an employee's most unforgettable recognition comes from their manager, subsequently 24% of the most unforgettable recognition that employee receives comes from a CEO or other member of upper management
- 47% of employees state that they prefer new growth opportunities as recognition for their accomplishments
Our discussion will focus on ways to increase productivity by recognizing the quality employees you already have. We’ll be able to cover things like:
- Identifying employee motivation and making it work for you;
- Building a culture that is built on appreciation; and
- How to give meaningful, sincere appreciation.
You can send us a note in advance for your question or ask at the time of the meeting. What HR issue are you struggling with, we’ll help you with an answer? If you are looking for ways to work on an HR related project or you want to confirm your knowledge.... then join us. Come and ask your questions and let us help you!
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Deborah Jeffries, SHRM-CP, PHR CPC, HR Answers
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Multifamily NW Welcomes
Deborah Jeffries, SHRM-CP, PHR CPC
Deborah Jeffries serves as Vice President for HR Answers, Inc. She has 28 years experience in the HR field (23 of those in consulting), working with NW employers on employment, employee relations and training. Currently Deborah directs the organization’s retained HR services Program, spends time on business development and marketing and offers consulting.