Tag Archives: Reward & Recognition

Gamification is not just about points and badges

Gamification is not a buzz word anymore. A lot of employers find gamification an effective tool to increase engagement, be it onboarding, learning and development, employee referrals, reward and recognition etc. And

Follow #HRTechconf,HR Tech Brands and Faces

The 16th Annual HR Technology Conference and Exposition kicked off today at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas. This HR Technology conference is the world’s largest HR tech Expo where you can get to

TOP 50 shows in DriveThruHR history

DrivethruHR podcasts have been the best resources for our audience to stay current on what’s happening in the HR industry. And the things that have been keeping our guests up at night

I made it to The Huffington Post – A week of Recognition

All the efforts that I have been putting in at my blog, on Social Media & networking with HR professionals at various conferences for the past two year have brought some recognition

5 Easy Ways To Recognize Employees

Today’s guest blog is from Travis Pearl, I met him on twitter and our relationship has grown from there professionally. Today he shares his thoughts and insights on how to proactively create

4 Tips To Measure Action-Based Engagement

Your HR Buddy is honored to have the amazing voices in the HR space joining us to share their insights. And this time we have Kevin Nakao, CEO/Co-founder of Meritshare and a regular contributor

Create a Recognition Culture!

And here comes yet another Employee Appreciation Day, the day dedicated to recognize your employees!! But are they really being recognized and has your recognition impacted them positively to engage them more?

Lebron James. Skip Bayless. And HR lessons?

One of the sports shows that my husband and I don’t miss to watch everyday is ESPN’s ‘First take’ with Skip Bayless and Stephen A Smith. If you are familiar with them

Why Reward programs suck! Part II

This is the second part of an ongoing series “Why Rewards aren’t Rewarding“. Click on it to read the part I. Here are some reasons why rewards programs may not always work.

Why rewards aren’t rewarding! – Part I

Companies have invested their time and money to initiate and even revamp their Reward and Recognition programs to reap the maximum productivity and engage their workforce. At times these programs don’t work