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A lot of employee research highlights the importance of “recognition” in enhancing employee engagement and reinforcing the right behaviours that benefit the company as well as the employees. Often, I find companies taking a slightly ad-hoc approach to recognition and often such programs end up not being targeted, frequent and in the true sense, rewarding. To better understand what makes for a robust recognition program, I did a short interview with Derek Irvine of Globoforce. Derek is Globoforce
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