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HR Trends with Game Changers, Presented by SAP

HR Trends with Game Changers, Presented by SAP

Monday at 10 AM Pacific

May 06th 2014:Employee Retention: Reward and Recognition at Work

The buzz: Job happiness. According to a JobVite survey, 51 percent of employed workers in the U.S. are actively seeking or open to finding new jobs. How are you keeping your talent productive, happy, motivated, positive and on-board, while continually asking them to do more for your business? The experts speak. Cindy Ventrice, Make Their Day! Employee Recognition That Works: “U.S. companies spend over $27 billion on recognition, yet according to Gallup 65% of employees report receiving no recognition the previous year.” Brenda Pohlman, Globoforce: “Recognition ties directly to feelings of

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Cindy Ventrice

Cindy Ventrice is the author of Make Their Day! Employee Recognition That Works. As a consultant and workshop facilitator she helps organizations implement recognition solutions that produce real results. She has worked a variety of organizations including Cisco, the United Nations, MIT, the Ministry of British Columbia, and Wells Fargo Bank. She has been quoted frequently in the media including: The New York Times, HR Magazine, Harvard Business Update, and Business Week. Her blog covers a variety of recognition topics: www.maketheirday.com/blog and she provides recognition tips to thousands of readers each week: www.maketheirday.com/weekly-tips. The latest research from Make Their Day provi
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Brenda Pohlman

Brenda Pohlman, Senior Recognition Strategist, is an accomplished HR consultant, recognition strategist and business leader by background. Serving as a Senior Recognition Strategist for Globoforce she works with clients helping to set program strategy and design and evaluate current programs against benchmarks. Her career experience spans varied work ranging from employee engagement, performance management, rewards and recognition, talent assessment, and training, serving clients such as Bank of America, JetBlue, Cisco, Belgacom, SAP, Nestle, and Phillips 66. Prior to joining Globoforce, Brenda served for many years as HR Consulting Practice Leader for Employers Resource Council (ERC) in Cl
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Sherri Goldberg

Sherri Goldberg has worked in various HR roles in the pharmaceutical and technology industries for the past 15 years. After completing her Master’s degree in HR from Villanova University, she went to work for Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and over the course of 8 years got broad HR experience in a variety of roles such as HR Data Analyst, HR Business Partner, Project Manager and Total Rewards Consultant. In 2010, she was hired by SAP as the Project Manager for Global Total Rewards and in 2013 was promoted as the Global Recognition Lead for SAP.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2238/hr-trends-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap HR Trends with Game Changers, Presented by SAP https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2238/hr-trends-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap The buzz: Job happiness. According to a JobVite survey, 51 percent of employed workers in the U.S. are actively seeking or open to finding new jobs. How are you keeping your talent productive, happy, motivated, positive and on-board, while continually asking them to do more for your business? The experts speak. Cindy Ventrice, Make Their Day! Employee Recognition That Works: “U.S. companies spend over $27 billion on recognition, yet according to Gallup 65% of employees report receiving no recognition the previous year.” Brenda Pohlman, Globoforce: “Recognition ties directly to feelings of being appreciated, job satisfaction, and whether or not employees love their jobs.” Sherri Goldberg, SAP: “Employees who report receiving recognition and praise within the last seven days show increased productivity, get higher scores from customers, and have better safety records. They're just more engaged at work.” (Tom Rath). Join us for Employee Retention: Reward and Recognition at Work. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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