The Role of Social Recognition in Employee Retention
An effective social recognition program doesn’t happen without planning.
Social Recognition is defined as an “employee reward and recognition methodology.”
An effective Social Recognition program doesn’t happen without planning. Employee rewards start with showing appreciation for the efforts to contribute to the team. But there’s so much more to offer constructive recognition to employees that might not receive the recognition they deserve.
Failure to recognize the contribution of team members is one of the reasons that employees quit.
Apartment communities can’t function without the housekeeping, maintenance and grounds crew. They clean the common areas, care for the grounds and prepare apartment homes for new residents. Team recognition from colleagues, prospects or vendors can be as valuable to employee retention as compensation and benefits.