Rewarding employees correctly based on how they perform is a tricky area for companies, but if they get it wrong then productivity and motivation levels can nose-dive.
Author - Ruhie Pande
the role of Chief Human Resources Officer with the 125-year-old international conglomerate Godrej Group for their newest company, Godrej Capital. With 2 decades of exceptional experience of building and enabling engaged and capable people power across a diverse set of industries, Ruhie is a seasoned HR professional who passionate about coaching, leading HR transformation strategy and diversity.
Ruhie has won several awards and received industry recognition throughout her career for her contribution to HR.
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Using digital tools enables a culture of recognition where appreciation is peer-driven rather than the just top-down. Needless to add learning has always been easy to adapt to technology, and with the world going virtual this has been more evident than ever.
Provide resilience training for your staff. Some aspects of emotional wellbeing can be learnt. Where this is the case, L&D should do what they can to support.