2020 State of Recognition: Benchmarking and Best Practices


Have you ever wished you could get an inside look at your peers’ recognition programs to see how they are structured, what they focus on, and how they measure success?

Achievers Workforce Institute surveyed 89 organizations about their reward and recognition programs and have created the State of Recognition report outlining key features of these programs. From benchmarking to best practices, this webinar will go through the key findings, common practices, risk areas, and recommendations.

Learn how your organization’s program compares to others and get an in-depth look at some common areas for improvement.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Common practices and structures of today’s recognition programs
  • Areas of risk affecting recognition programs
  • Key findings and recommendations to improve your recognition program success

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Access: 90-Day Access | On-Demand Event Code: WEBINAR-20200827-PLAYBACK

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Dr. Natalie Baumgartner

Chief Workforce Scientist | Achievers

Dr. Natalie Baumgartner is an engagement and culture thought leader and evangelist. She has spent her career translating engagement and culture research into SaaS based software, helping organizations to achieve high performance. Dr. Baumgartner holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Strength-Based Psychology. She serves on several boards, including that of the Consulting Psychology division of the APA, and has long advised senior leaders on issues related to culture and engagement. Dr. Baumgartner is a popular speaker and regularly engages audiences on topics related to the employee experience – including a TEDx talk on the importance of culture fit.

Brie Harvey

Employee Engagement Evangelist | Achievers

Writer, speaker and storyteller, Brie Harvey spent the first 10 + years of her career in Talent Acquisition and Training and Development. In her current role as an Employee Engagement Evangelist for Achievers, she writes and speaks about trends within Human Capital Management, especially as they relate to the future of work, employee motivation and performance. Having helped some of the world’s largest, most complex organizations to leverage recognition to enhance their employee engagement strategies, she brings expert level knowledge of how to cultivate high performance cultures, centered around appreciation.

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