As the workforce becomes increasingly more competitive, mobile and dispersed, the need for employee engagement has become critical.
According to a recent Wall Street Journal article citing Deloitte, “After decade of corporate discourse about the war for talent, the battle is over and talent has won. Employees today have increased bargaining power, the job market is highly transparent, and attracting top-skilled workers is a highly competitive activity.”
A recent research by the O.C. Tanner Institute found that 37 percent of employees rank being recognized as the most important thing a company can do to inspire great work.
If recognizing employees for their part in your company’s success is not part of how you do business, it may be time to change that.
Adding more human stories to your internal communications gives your employees respect, a voice, a sense of ownership…while building an empowering company culture, one that employees want to be a part of for many years.

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