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Using recognition to create a sense of purpose among staff

It is possible to increase performance and energy among staff by using employee recognition programs.

The repetition of a lot of daily assignments can wear on workers, causing them to lose focus and enthusiasm about their jobs. This loss of morale can be difficult for businesses to overcome, but it is possible to increase performance and energy among staff by using employee recognition programs.

Business 2 Community reported that acknowledging worker performance was more likely to help staff understand the importance of their work. Building this sense of purpose is a vital step for improving production and keeping office morale high. It is also a factor in creating engaged employees, according to the 2011 Employee Engagement Trends Report by People Metrics.

The sense of pride workers feel for receiving simple praise builds an emotional connection to their jobs and positions within companies. This connection was essential in developing  cultures that fostered high employee engagement, the report stated.

Creating engaged workers is often as simple as implementing an employee recognition program. Without the regular feedback and acknowledgement about their work, it is easy for staff members to lose focus and become lost in the daily grind of business.

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