90% of the client's employees participate in the program The program has experienced an average year over-year growth of 17%. 3,000+ nominations are made monthly, contributing to a culture of on-the-spot recognition and leading the company forward. After 10+ years, the program continues to evolve, incorporating new methods of recognition and vehicles of engagement.
66% of nominations are now submitted for colleagues across office locations. 26% quarter-over-quarter increase in nominations for our "Collaboration" behavioral standard. Employee and manager rating gaps closed during each review cycle, indicating improved understanding and communication among teams. Employee performance improved upon program adoption: employee ratings in all 4 behavior areas increased 9x quarter-over-quarter.
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