The Theory Behind Employee Engagement & Recognition in Healthcare
For an in-depth understanding of why employee engagement and recognition is important in healthcare communities, as well as a peek into how to increase engagement and integrate recognition into your community, watch this recorded presentation below given by Ceca Foundation President, Nate Hamme, at the Senior Living Foresight 2020 conference.
Recognition to Reduce Turnover
Staff turnover, particularly among direct care providers, is a top concern for healthcare executives and leadership. Research abounds with evidence to support the use of peer-to-peer recognition programs as a means of improving employee engagement, and ultimately, the patient experience.
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Resources on Employee Engagement & Recognition
Below are several publications we have cultivated over the years from prominent sources in the industry that provide valuable research and information on the importance of employee engagement and recognition in the workplace.
- “Building a High Performance Workforce,” Press Ganey, 2016
- “Control, Opportunity & Leadership,” Psychometrics Canada Ltd., 2015
- “Culture Wins By Getting the Most Out of People,” Gallup, July 2018
- “Driving Stronger Performance Through Employee Recognition,” SHRM/Globoforce, Spring 2013
- “Employee Engagement Report,” Aon, 2018
- “Improving Lives by Delivering Solutions for Quality Care,” American Health Care Association, 2014
- “National Healthcare Retention & RN Staffing Report,” Nursing Solutions, Inc., 2016
- “State of the American Workplace: Employee Engagement Insights for U.S. Business Leaders,” Gallup, 2018
- “The Business Impact of Employee Recognition,” SHRM/Globoforce, Fall 2012
- “The Growing Influence of Employee Recognition,” Workforce MoodTracker, Spring 2012
- “The Power of Employee Recognition,” Aberdeen Group, November 2013
- “Trends in Employee Recognition,” A Report by WorldatWork, Underwritten by ITA Group, 2017