Are you getting back what you give?

Evaluating the return on investment of recognition programs
By Rick Clarke
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 10/10/2012

Being able to show the return on investment (ROI) for an incentive program demonstrates accountability for the expenditure, protects the current budget and makes it easier for an HR professional to ask for more.

If HR can go to the C-suite and confidently state the recognition solution is increasing the bottom line, as well as company morale, it will most likely obtain full support for ongoing recognition.

Making that happen is harder than it sounds, but that’s no reason not to complete an assessment.