Tag: Recognition

GR8 PEOPLE EXPERIENCES A STRONG START TO 2021 WITH CONTINUED GROWTH, NATIONAL RECOGNITION AND PRODUCT INNOVATION

Resilience and agility in responding to changes in talent acquisition post-COVID-19 with powerful recruiting software meets demand, exceeds customer expectations, and propels GR8 People forward … The post GR8 PEOPLE EXPERIENCES A STRONG START TO 2021 WITH CONTINUED GROWTH, NATIONAL RECOGNITION AND PRODUCT INNOVATION appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

9 Types of Employee Recognition That Suck!

I run a small business.  When I need to know something, I usually reach out to my employees and find out what they think.  It’s not some big fancy ‘research’ survey with thousands of responses, but it’s real. Recently, I wanted to know what people might want in terms of a recognition award.  Ironically, what I found goes against some big fancy research done…

Netflix Inclusion Report & @hirevue Facial Recognition #HRFamous

On episode 50 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn, and Jessica Lee come together once again to discuss Netflix’s 2021 inclusion report, facial recognition software in interviewing, and the scam psychic that’s terrorizing JLee’s neighborhood! Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review (Apple Podcasts) and follow (Spotify)! Show Highlights:…

Madison Awarded Two Badges from Crozdesk for their Employee Rewards and Recognition Solutions

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second Madison, a global leader in employee Social Recognition, is excited to announce its win of two badges from Crozdesk.com, the most advanced business software discovery platform. Powered by AI and machine learning,  Crozdesk uses ranking algorithms to provide unbiased software recommendations across over 280 categories. The best products listed on Crozdesk are awarded badges to showcase a range of…

Madison Tops 2020 HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen List for Recognition Providers for 2nd Consecutive Year

New York, NY — Madison, a global leader in social recognition, has been named the top recognition provider by HRO Today magazine for the second year in a row, marking the fourth time the company has been ranked the top provider in the last 6 years. In its annual Baker’s Dozen feature, HRO Today ranks the top companies in the employee recognition industry based…

Oloid Raises $5 Million Seed Round for Its Facial Recognition and Biometrics To Help Employers Create A Contactless Workplace

Oloid raised a $5 million Seed round for its facial recognition and biometrics AI tech that they claim will help employers create a more contactless workplace. This is is an interesting deal during a week where we saw IBM announce to halt all development of any facial recognition tech. Biometric scanners have long been used […] The post Oloid Raises $5 Million Seed Round…

Bonusly Raises $9 Million Series A for Rewards and Recognition App

Bonusly announced a $9 million Series A today for its rewards and recognition app. The rewards and recognition category is both mature and crowded. Like every app on the fringes of employee engagement, Bonusly seems to be targeting its messaging to employee experience and now in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis toward keeping employees […] The post Bonusly Raises $9 Million Series A…

Compt Raises $1.5 Million for Its Stipend-based Perk and Recognition App

Compt announced a $1.5 Million Seed round as it enters the crowded category of employee recognition, perks, and rewards. A quick tour of their website, blog, and announcement doesn’t reveal any unique platform capabilities. We’ve been seeing personalized and configurable recognition and rewards apps for years. The innovation here looks to be a model focused […] The post Compt Raises $1.5 Million for Its…

Madison Continues to Lead the Employee Recognition Space with AI Solution to Increase User Inclusivity

This post was originally published on this site New York, NY (March 17, 2020) — Madison, a global leader in Social Employee Recognition, is pleased to announce that they have added an automatic AI solution for web accessibility and compliance to their proprietary SaaS platform, Maestro. In an effort to address the growing needs of global organizations and expanding government regulations, such as Canada, the…

Workday Earns Top Healthcare Recognition for Third Year Running

This post was originally published on this site At Workday, we’ve spent the past year continuing to grow our healthcare community and enhancing our product offerings to help healthcare providers drive greater operational efficiency and adapt to the changing healthcare landscape. We’re honored, for the third year in a row, to be recognized by KLAS Research as Best in KLAS in enterprise resource planning…

Madison Performance Group Offers Enhanced Employee Recognition Program with MaestroCONNECT

This post was originally published on this site Madison Performance Group, a global leader in Social Recognition, has enhanced its cloud-based SAAS solution, Maestro, with continual and ongoing integrations though MaestroCONNECT. The award-winning Maestro platform uses social employee recognition to strengthen the bond between managers and their teams; and the relationship between employees and their companies. Through a unique Strategic Program Design process, effective…

The #1 Employee Recognition Tool of All-Time!

At the Michigan Recruiter’s Conference last week I got into a side conversation with a TA leader who had her team at the event. She was talking about motivating and recognizing her team, and that it seemed to be more difficult with younger generations versus the Gen Xers she has managed in the past. I told her I wasn’t sure it was generational, but…

8 Types of Recognition that Suck!

I run a small business.  When I need to know something, I usually reach out to my employees and find out what they think.  It’s not some big fancy ‘research’ survey with thousands of responses, but it’s real. Recently, I wanted to know what people might want in terms of a recognition award.  Ironically, what I found goes against some big fancy research done…