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In November 2017, Jamie King, Xexec's Director of Global Rewards, delivered a presentation at REBA Innovation Day. The talk was on 'Using Social Recognition Technologies To Drive Broader HR Strategies' and covered the following areas:

- What is recognition

- Key HR strategic priorities

- Demographic shifts in the modern workforce

- The need for a social recognition strategy to engage all demographics

- Defining social recognition

- Types of social recognition technology and how they can help

- The key factor you must not forget when it comes to employing social recognition / R&R software

You can watch the presentation and download the accompanying slides here: https://info.xexec.com/video-using-social-recognition-to-drive-broader-hr-strategies

In November 2017, Jamie King, Xexec's Director of Global Rewards, delivered a presentation at REBA Innovation Day. The talk was on 'Using Social Recognition Technologies To Drive Broader HR Strategies' and covered the following areas:

- What is recognition

- Key HR strategic priorities

- Demographic shifts in the modern workforce

- The need for a social recognition strategy to engage all demographics

- Defining social recognition

- Types of social recognition technology and how they can help

- The key factor you must not forget when it comes to employing social recognition / R&R software

You can watch the presentation and download the accompanying slides here: https://info.xexec.com/video-using-social-recognition-to-drive-broader-hr-strategies

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  1. 1. Jamie King, Director, Global Rewards Xexec Using social recognition technologies to drive broader HR strategies
  2. 2. Briefly. What is Recognition?
  3. 3. What is recognition? Recognition is the activity we engage in to acknowledge exceptional performance and to encourage specific values or behaviours. “ ”
  4. 4. What is recognition? It cuts across all work place activities… • Colleague interaction • Team dynamics • Manager meetings • Relationships and hierarchies
  5. 5. What is recognition? Recognition is a communications tool Can be a company’s most effective channel for engaging employees And so, it can play a part in many, if not all, key HR activities, schemes, programmes and strategies…
  6. 6. Some key HR strategic priorities
  7. 7. Some HR strategic priorities are more obviously linked to Recognition: A causal relationship (direct): - Retention - Engagement Can also be shaped by recognition strategy (indirect): - Bonus strategy - Flexible and voluntary benefits (Total Rewards strategy) Some key HR strategic priorities
  8. 8. Other HR priorities that can be directly tied into Recognition: - Core value promotion - Talent Management - Performance Management - Age/Demographics Strategy - Flexible hours policy - Learning & Development - Health & Wellbeing Other key HR strategic priorities
  9. 9. would rather make $40,000 a year at a job they love than $100,000 a year at a job they think is boring. think they deserve to be recognized more for their work. want feedback every week. This is over twice the percentage of every other generation. expect employers to provide them with learning opportunities relevant to their job. expecting to leave their employer in the next two years are unhappy with how their leadership skills are being developed. 64% 8 out of 10 42% 58% 71% Age and Demographics Consider Millennials
  10. 10. Also true… want their co-workers to be their friends. would sacrifice a friendship with a colleague if it meant getting a promotion. would quit a job on the spot if their employer asked them to delete their Facebook page. of executives give special attention to the particular wants and needs of millennials. 88% yet 68% 34% yet 30%
  11. 11. Demographic shifts By 2022, nearly a third of the workforce will be in their 50s, 60s and 70s For mature work force: Recognition – one part of a company’s ‘Age Strategy’
  12. 12. No. of ppl working from home  by a fifth in the last 10 years. The majority of home-workers are men; but the biggest growth has been amongst women ( 35%). Homeworkers and partial homeworkers are more likely to work in excess of their contracted hours.. Homeworking and flexible hours • Homeworkers are not visible. Extra effort to make them a part of the team, or to join Team Recognition ‘moments’? • Homeworkers often express greater existing levels of job satisfaction. • Homeworking and flexible hours are appreciated. So can become the award itself.
  13. 13. Supporting your Demographic strategy Use of different award schemes, media, and reward choices for different age groups and working practices: For some: - Inventive, fun, instant, mobile - Celebrating via chat and social media - Awards - ticking off items on the ‘Bucket-list’ For others - Meaningful awards - Family time - Life-work balance - Flexible hours as rewards
  14. 14. What is Social Recognition?
  15. 15. Celebrating success
  16. 16. Data feeds to multiple channels
  17. 17. Data feeds to multiple channels
  18. 18. Responsive, mobile optimised
  19. 19. How can Social Recognition technologies help?
  20. 20. Award schemes to support HR priorities FORMAL SCHEMES Health & Wellbeing: Health & Safety Awards Healthy Living Awards First Aider Awards Participation incentives Challenges Learning & Development: Training/course completions MANAGER-LED ACKNOWLEDGMENT Health & Wellbeing: Join the Gym Fun Run Cycling to Work Company sports team Learning & Development: Voluntary learning
  21. 21. Reward choices to support HR priorities Learning & Development • Language courses • Excel • Photoshop • MBA • First Aider training Health & Wellbeing • Physical trainer • Gym membership • Fitbit • Bike vouchers Supporting work-life balance • Time off • Family time • Cleaner for a month • Chef for a night
  22. 22. ‘Winner Walls’ to support HR priorities
  23. 23. eCards to support HR priorities
  24. 24. Social Wellbeing via team awards
  25. 25. Adding a little fun
  26. 26. Management reporting
  27. 27. Don’t forget real life
  28. 28. www.xexec.com 0208 201 6483 Thank you

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