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6.4 The Problem with Measuring the ROI of Employee Recognition Programmes
Source: WorkStride, United States (date of information: 2016)br> Link: The problem with measuring the ROI of employee recognition programmes
Application/Key learning points: Launching an employee recognition programme may not always work; you need to measure it, and measure it correctly. The return on investment for a recognition programme, as it relates to its effect on a business, really depends on business priorities; it is, therefore, different for every organisation. Notwithstanding, there are some factors (listed here) that can realistically be used to measure most programmes.
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