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The Manager's Pocket Guide to Employee Relations by Terry L. Fitzwater

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Recognition

Recognition is an important part of retention. The hectic pace of business often makes it very easy to criticize and forget to praise.

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Recognition programs come in many shapes and sizes. The best thing about adopting one, however, is that it does not matter what you choose. As the saying goes, Just Do It. Most of them involve very little expenditure, and if recognition is made in the presence of others it will add immeasurably to job satisfaction. Recognition doesn’t necessarily mean rewards or awards. It can also be allowing a good performer to coach other s, or making presentations to the senior leadership of the company. Try a ...

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