Recognizing and Rewarding Employees

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 19, 2000 - Business & Economics - 241 pages
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Positive feedback and recognition are proven and valuable but too often overlooked management tools. Recognizing and Rewarding Employees gives managers the rewards most successful at motivating employees, tips for showing appreciation for work done well, ways to promote achievement through recognition, and more.

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Recognizing the efforts and rewarding of employees is a cognitive task which has a wide importance in the maximum productivity of an organisation.


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R. Brayton Bowen, is president and senior consultant for The Howland Group.

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