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It’s no surprise that business success relies heavily on an engaged and motivated workforce. The problem is that, while social recognition is increasingly regarded as an effective way of achieving this, there is a wealth of misinformation about how businesses should implement recognition practices. These myths not only have the ability to thwart a company’s effort to build a unified corporate culture, but it can end up impacting a company’s productivity level, and subsequently, bottom line. Here are some of the most common HR myths, and how these can be overcome:Read More
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