A new seat at the table

September 2008
Employee Benefit News;Sep2008, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p28
The article focuses on the role of a Certified Recognition Professional (CRP) in linking employee recognition program to the organization's mission. Christi Gibson, executive director of the nonprofit Recognition Professionals International (RPI), says the CRP program given by RPI to address the need of many organizations to have certified personnel in charge of recognition strategy and program innovation. The best-practice standards for employee recognition systems are outlined.


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