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[IWS] WorldatWork: TRENDS IN EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION [June 2013]

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Institute for Workplace Studies----------------- Professor Samuel B. Bacharach

School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

16 East 34th Street, 4th floor---------------------- Stuart Basefsky

New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau

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WorldatWork (Total Rewards Association)

 

TRENDS IN EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION [June 2013]

http://www.worldatwork.org/waw/adimLink?id=72689

[full-text, 32 pages]

 

This report summarizes the results of a February 2013 survey of WorldatWork members to gather information about current trends in recognition programs. Specifically, the research is designed to measure specific types of recognition programs and the impact on the workforce.

 

Table of Figures

Results and Analysis .................................................................................................................................................................... 6

Figure 1: Prevalence of Recognition ............................................................................................................................................ 6

Figure 2: Elimination of Recognition Programs in the Past 12 Months ......................................................................................... 6

Figure 3: New Recognition Programs ........................................................................................................................................... 6

Figure 4: Prevalence of Recognition Programs Timeline ............................................................................................................. 7

Figure 5: Number of Recognition Programs Offered ................................................................................................................... 7

Figure 6: Recognition Programs Prevalence and Percent Recognized ........................................................................................ 8

Figure 6a: Recognition Programs Top 5 Timeline ........................................................................................................................ 8

Figure 7: Recognition Program Trends ....................................................................................................................................... 9

Figure 7a: Recognition Program Changes ................................................................................................................................ 10

Figure 8: Change in Recognition ................................................................................................................................................ 10

Figure 9: Companywide vs. Department-Specific Recognition ................................................................................................... 11

Figure 10: Formality of Recognition............................................................................................................................................ 11

Figure 11: International/Global Employees ................................................................................................................................ 12

Figure 12: Recognition for International/Global Employees ....................................................................................................... 12

Figure 13: Recognition Strategy ................................................................................................................................................. 12

Figure 14: Recognition and Organizational Strategy .................................................................................................................. 13

Figure 15: Recognition Objectives ............................................................................................................................................. 13

Figure 16: Success of Recognition Program .............................................................................................................................. 14

Figure 17: Measuring Success of Recognition ........................................................................................................................... 14

Figure 18: Department Administration of Recognition Programs ............................................................................................... 15

Figure 19: Position Administration of Recognition Programs ..................................................................................................... 15

Figure 20: Budgeting for Recognition Programs ........................................................................................................................ 16

Figure 21: Percentage of Payroll Budget for Recognition Programs .......................................................................................... 16

Figure 22: Budget for Recognition Programs (Centralized or Departmental) ............................................................................. 17

Figure 23: Media Communication of Recognition Programs ...................................................................................................... 17

Figure 24: Training for Managers About Recognition Programs ................................................................................................ 18

Figure 25: Training Methods Used for Managers About Recognition Programs ........................................................................ 18

Figure 26: Senior-Management Support for Recognition Programs ........................................................................................... 19

Figure 27: Senior-Management View of Employee Recognition Programs ................................................................................ 19

Figure 28: Presentation of Recognition Awards ......................................................................................................................... 20

Figure 29: Types of Recognition Awards (Items) ....................................................................................................................... 21

Figure 30: Electronic Communication of Recognition Awards .................................................................................................... 22

Figure 31: Perceived Workforce Effect of Recognition Awards .................................................................................................. 22

Figure 32: Attraction and Recognition Awards ........................................................................................................................... 23

Recognition Programs by Organization Size and Type .............................................................................................................. 23

Figure 33: Recognition Programs by Organization Size ............................................................................................................. 23

Figure 34: Recognition Programs by Organization Type ............................................................................................................ 24

Recognition Programs and Total Rewards ................................................................................................................................. 25

Figure 35: Level of Support from Senior Management and Engagement................................................................................... 25

Figure 36: Level of Support from Senior Management and Satisfaction .................................................................................... 25

Figure 37: Level of Support from Senior Management and Motivation....................................................................................... 25

Figure 38: Offer Recognition Programs and Voluntary Turnover Rates ..................................................................................... 26

Figure 39: Recognition Program by Type and Voluntary Turnover Rates .................................................................................. 26

Demographics ............................................................................................................................................................................ 27

Figure D1: Number of Employees .............................................................................................................................................. 27

Figure D2: Organization Type .................................................................................................................................................... 27

Figure D3: Voluntary Turnover ................................................................................................................................................... 28

Figure D4: Industry ..................................................................................................................................................................... 28

Participating Organizations ........................................................................................................................................................

 

 

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