All-employee recognition data most valued

Paterson, Jennifer
May 2013
Employee Benefits;May2013, p7
The article focuses 'crowdsourcing' recognition data that provides most accurate information on the staff performance. It states about the Spring 2013 Society for Human Resource Management/Globoforce Employee recognition survey which found that 90 percent believes that feedback from an employee's peers is more accurate than that of a supervisor or manager.


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