Recognition & Rewards Best Practices to Improve Employee Experience and Retention
On Demand until November 01, 2022
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The past two years have seen overwhelming changes in the workplace. With pandemic in effect, companies saw drastic changes around traditional employer/employee relationships; every aspect of organizations' operations were turned upside down. We’ve seen just how vital employee engagement and recognition are to keep teams connected, boost morale and improve productivity in the world of remote/hybrid/in-office working.

If your managers are doing a good job at recognizing their team members one-on-one for a job well done, then that’s great! But company wide recognition tactics that appreciate employees more publicly take the feeling of recognition a few steps further on a psychological level. Not only does public recognition make the team member feel confident about their capabilities and skills, but it also helps strengthen their bond to the team and company as a whole by creating a stronger sense of belonging. Creating this sense of belonging boosts employee retention and can help you save thousands of dollars in voluntary employee turnover.

During this webinar, Jason Lindstrom, Employee Recognition and Engagement Expert, will reveal employee recognition best practices to boost employee engagement and build an outstanding employee experience.

You will learn how to:

  • Measurably improve a company's culture and key performance indicators.
  • Break down silos and create a sense of belonging.
  • Roll out successful recognition program for remote/hybrid teams.
  • Retain top talent during “the great resignation boom.”

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Presenters
Jason Lindstrom
Founder and CEO | Bucketlist Rewards

Jason is Founder and CEO of Bucketlist Rewards, one of the leading employee recognition platforms. He believes in the importance of employee appreciation that helps companies create success by motivating people to grow and thrive. Jason has had the opportunity to help a variety of organizations roll out effective recognition programs, he’s worked with companies like NBA Team Orlando Magic, Royal Bank of Canada, University of Texas Arlington, and Stamford Hospital.


Curtis Steeksma
Culture Evangelist | Bucketlist Rewards

Curtis is a former touring rock star with a penchant for empowering success through optimism, teamwork and collaboration. With over a decade of experience working in software and IT, Curtis has taken his flair for performance and transformed it into a successful career helping businesses improve their corporate culture through employee engagement.

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