RecognitionNo. Of Articles:9

  • By Arva Shikari
    Based on Egypt's pyramids theory stands Ugam Solutions Golden Pyramid Awards…the foundation on...
  • Sep-2009
  • Arva Shikari
    Last year HDFC Standard Life initiated a self learning tool for its employees, Mission-in-Geniu...
  • Jan-2008
  • Components of employee recognition programs range from public appreciation to citations, team c...
  • Dec-2007
  • Employee recognition has truly come a long way... from an ‘end-ofthe- career’ reward to a more ...
  • Mar-2006
  • Employee recognition is about winning rewards and attending ceremonies. Its also about motivati...
  • Sep-2003
  • Employee recognition creates role models, reinforces desired behaviors and communicates standar...
  • Jan-2003
  • Team HR, Ericsson India
    As Jim Clemmer said, "Most high-performance cultures are those that radiate sincere recognition...
  • Oct-2000
  • Best practices in reward management are increasingly turning towards non-monetary, recognition....
  • Apr-1998
    RPG's experience with recognition as a reward strategy speaks volumes....
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