IANR realizes and celebrates the contributions and impact that employees make every day and provides meaningful approaches to acknowledge such contributions.
What's Happening Now
Recognition is not a new concept, but we are always looking for ways that we can improve our rewards and recognition programs within IANR. We are currently evaluating these processes and working to develop a culture of ongoing appreciation.
Never underestimate the power of positive feedback. Take a minute to recognize a co-worker or team member who has done something great recently. It can be as simple as an email or hand written thank you note, or a kudos in your next team meeting.
Rewards & Recognition Resources
Positive feedback can work wonders for team dynamics. Click here to see some quick cards to share!
Develop your own recognition program! Have a good idea to share that’s working for your team? We’d love to hear about it. Email email@example.com
Did You Know?
- “49% of employees say they would leave their current job for a company that clearly recognizes employees for their efforts” – Manpower
Got 5 Minutes?
- Write a thank you note to a team member who helped you out recently
- Start your staff meeting by celebrating recent accomplishments