Online Rewards Sponsors and CEO Michael Levy Delivers Keynote Speech
Monday, November 12, 2018
Published by: Online Rewards Employee Recognition
Engagement and Recognition Strategies — New Pathways to Building the Employer Brand
Online Rewards is honored to have been a sponsor for the 12th annual E-reward Conference in London. As a provider of custom reward programs for organizations looking to be at the forefront of incentive technology, Online Rewards is thrilled to have sponsored the event in consecutive years. We look forward to the continued global incentive presence of our Company in the UK and across the world.
Authentic, meaningful, and frequent recognition has proven to be one of the key drivers of employee satisfaction and ultimately engagement. Michael Levy, CEO of Online Rewards shared examples of how successful companies are shifting the emphasis from monetary to non-monetary recognition through embracing and capitalizing on the power of mobile and social technologies to change the way recognition is being deployed.
Online Rewards wishes to thank all of the organizers, sponsors, speakers, and attendees for making this a successful and informative event!
E-reward Annual HR Conference – London, UK
E-reward’s research and specialist expertise is condensed into two days of key insights, updates and guidance. Attendees to the latest annual compensation and benefits conference are expecting to be introduced to the latest reward thinking. For senior members of the Human Resources Reward community, it's vital they have an accurate and comprehensive picture of the UK compensation and benefits scene. The trends, innovation and new concepts are distilled to present a clear, concise picture of everything that is happening in the industry today and a forecast for tomorrow.
Why Do Employees Quit
Many Factors Affecting Employee Retention Can Be Controlled by the Employer
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Published by: Online Rewards Employee Recognition
One of the biggest challenges of an HR manager is keeping great employees from jumping ship. The easiest way to do this is to identify the reasons employees quit and addressing those problems. Of course, some events are impossible to control, as they affect the lives of employees and their families and are unrelated to the business itself.
The importance of a friendly working environment cannot be overemphasized. No one wants to wake up every morning dreading another day at work. A bad working relationship between an employee and an employer creates a tense and unhealthy working environment.
This is why being a manager is more about managing relationships, and it is very essential that the right person is picked as the manager.
It is vital that you make sure your employees are using their abilities and skills to tackle new problems. It is not enough that a position looks great on a resume; if the workers feel bored from the daily operations, then they are likely going to be looking for a way out.
It is the job of the human resources manager to work closely with the employees and ensure that they feel engaged, challenged, and excited to perform.
Unexpected changes to their lives
You would be surprised at some events that lead people to make life-changing decisions. According to a research quoted in the Harvard Business Review, job hunting activity rises by about 16% after class reunions. Also, job hunting increases by about 12% after birthdays, especially milestones (e.g. 40th or 50th birthdays). These events usually provide opportunities for people to take stock of what is happening in their lives and measure themselves relative to others. This shows that a person’s decision to quit a job is not only affected by experiences at work, but by occurrences in the person’s life.
They don't feel appreciated
Have you ever heard of the term "Employee Recognition Psychology"? It primarily deals with the relationship between employee appreciation and employee satisfaction. Everyone wants to feel wanted and appreciated. It is essential that you make your employees feel special and let them know that their efforts are being recognized.
Why do you need to incorporate Employee Recognition Psychology?
Harvard Medical School reported a study carried out on two different groups of university fund-raisers. One group was appreciated by the director for the work they had done the previous week, while the other group didn’t get a word of gratitude. The group that was appreciated made 50% more calls the next week than the other group that was not shown appreciation.
This shows that a simple word of appreciation will go a long way in providing extra motivation for your employees. Cultivating the habit of recognizing the efforts of your workers also helps to foster a good working relationship between employers and employees. Therefore, if you want to keep your workers, you should prioritize appreciating them.
Workers quit every day around the world, but it is your job as a manager to figure out a way to keep your best employees. You should note that while there are factors that you cannot control, the majority of the factors responsible for workers quitting could be affected by the manager.
The working relationship in the workplace is essential for keeping your employees, and proper employee recognition plays a major role in that. Online Rewards offers various employee rewards and recognition programs aimed at improving the overall happiness and satisfaction in your workplace. If you are looking to keep employees for a long time, we can help you achieve that.