SHRM new webinar -How to Measure the ROI of an Employee Recognition Program

Hello Friends,
Good morning. Only employee recognition programme is not sufficient. More than this, we have to measure its performance. This webinar will be useful for all managers including human resources professionals

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How to Measure the ROI of an Employee Recognition Program
Dear All, 

This is a question that always comes up when companies are considering starting an employee recognition program or questioning if they should continue implementing a program: 

"What’s our return on investment?" 

If you can’t answer this question, your employee recognition budget could be the first to get cut while budgeting for future recognition programs. 

So how do you measure return-on-investment for a potential subjective initiative focused on recognition?

This webinar will cover a six step detailed process and guidelines to follow when establishing a recognition return on investment:
  1. Define Objectives
  2. Identify Key Metrics
  3. Consider a Control Group
  4. Specific Behaviors to be Measured
  5. Realistic Measures
  6. Calculate Program Costs


Thank You. 

Perzine Dadyburjor 
HR Knowledge Consultant
Toll free number: 1800-103-2198 

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Date:
Wednesday, 23rd April, 2014 

Duration:
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm (IST) 

Speaker:

John O’Brien
John O’Brien,  Vice President, Employee Performance Group,
BI WORLDWIDE



About our Speaker:
John O’Brien
As Vice President of BI WORLDWIDE's Employee Performance Group, John O’Brien’s primary focus is to develop employee engagement strategies and solutions that change the behaviors of employees to align with customers’ business objectives.


Govind
govind@simplycareer.net
April 09, 2014
Mumbai
  

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