Employee Recognition Reminder Chart

We all get busy. We all get sidetracked. When that happens, we can forget to let our employees know on a regular basis how much we appreciate them. Gallup reports that the highest levels of employee engagement come from a team member being recognized once every 7-10 days. Sound like a lot to keep track of? Not with the Employee Recognition Reminder Chart.

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Help with Google Sheets

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Why You Need This Chart

Thanks for checking out the Employee Recognition Reminder Chart!

 

This chart helps you keep track of your employees, and shows you the last time they received recognition, what it was for, and how they were recognized.

 

Did you know that 87% of employees worldwide are not engaged or actively disengaged at work?  That means they could care less about their performance while on your clock.

 

Did you know that 47% of your high performers are thinking about leaving you right now?  The people you depend on most are testing the waters elsewhere and checking out greener pastures.

 

Did you know you have the power to fix those statistics in your business?

 

It all starts with RECOGNITION

 

One more “Did you know…”  Did you know 65% of employees said they’d received no recognition from their manager or supervisor in the last year?  No wonder they’re disengaged.  They don’t think their work and effort matter because no one is telling them so.

Remember this concept: What gets rewarded, gets repeated.  Recognition is the simplest, most effective form of reward you can offer.   So how often should you recognize someone?  The easy answer is whenever they do something worth recognizing!  What you don’t want to happen is to have long gaps between individual recognition.  In fact, a good rule of thumb says that you should recognize an employee once every 7 days.  Find something worthwhile and make sure they get a pat on the back for it.

 

Now let’s say you’ve got 10, 20, 100 employees… or more.  How are you ever going to remember who you recognized, what for, and when?

 

That’s why we created the Employee Recognition Reminder Chart.  This way, you can keep track of the recognition you’re providing your employees. This chart helps you keep track of your employees, and shows you the last time they received recognition, what it was for, and how they were recognized.

 

Through regular recognition, you’ll find higher employee engagement, leading to greater job satisfaction, which leads to greater customer satisfaction, which leads to better performance and higher profitability.

What Have People Said About The Chart?

hilton

“Thank [David Long] on my behalf as well for bringing [the Employee Recognition Reminder Chart] to our attention because its been amazing.”

~John, Doubletree by Hilton

fedex

“It gives me the opportunity to write down stuff in there, things that I’ve noticed. The engagement is very good here; we rated right there around the top of the district.”

~Mike, FedEx Ground