Aurora, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) January 24, 2014
The largest global human resources (HR) network of shared resources, HR.com has developed the newest online publication, Recognition and Engagement Excellence Essentials, from thirty years of articles collected by top thought leaders and human resources experts.
The inaugural issue dated January 2014 is now online and interactive. Recognition and Engagement Excellence Essentials includes the latest content in the area of employee recognition and engagement.
This month's issue features the following articles:
"Employee Motivations and Capabilities" by Mark Oliver
"Canaries in the Culture Mine" by John Smith
"Developing ROI Strategies" by Deb Broderson
"Wellness Program" by Greg Sheldon
"Happy Employees" by Susan Adams
"The TWO Main Ingredients" by Sean Glaze
"The Secret Recipe" by Pi Wen Looi
"Good Design" by Shane Morgenstern
"Employee Turnover" by Darcy Jacobsen
"Employee Engagement Programs" by Bob Dawson
"Pay Me More" by Asif Upadhye
"What, Olympic Gold Medals are not Solid Gold?" by Trevor Norcross
"Recognition Comes In Many Sizes" by Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans
"Early Recognition Programs" by Cord Himelstein
"Cutting through Cynicism" by Paul White
"Mentoring and Recognition" by Stephen Hobbs
"Strategic Recognition and Incentive Systems" by Bob Saunders
"Recognition, Reward, Celebration" by Dick Daniels
"Giving Career Moves a Shot in the Arm" by Beverly Kaye, Kathryn McKee & Robert Greene
"Revitalize Your Recognition Program" by Mike Byam
"'Sales Rep' Engagement" by Mike Ryan
"Global Employee Recognition Campaign" by Riaz Resh
"Get Relationships Right" by Roy Saunderson
"Engaging Employees" by George Chewning and Eileen Flynn
"A Culture of Volunteerism" by Jennifer Vecchi
"Refuel, Recharge and Reenergize Your Employees" by Dianne Durkin
"Start Building Your 2025 Executives Today" by Paul Gordon
"It's Not Just About Pizza and Parties" by Kim Benedict
"Result" by Heather McArthur
All Excellence Essentials Publications provide an interactive online experience with access to options such as surveys and benchmark data, learning modules, online archives, custom content for a company, and a mobile excellence app to launch soon. Companies interested in using these stories in internal newsletters should contact HR.com. Archive access is also available for a nominal fee.
To complement Recognition and Engagement Essentials' resources, executives can currently also subscribe for free to:
More information available on HR.com: Excellence Essentials Publications
Other targeted series launching in coming months include Workforce Management (Time and Attendance), Technology Enabled Learning, Legal and Compliance, as well as Core HR (HRIS and Payroll).
Call for Articles: Thought leaders in any of these specialties can now submit content for an upcoming publication. Email articles to: ee (at) info (dot) hr (dot) com.
HR.com, the largest global social networking and resource site for HR Professionals, is THE ONLY place to earn IHR (Institute for Human Resources), HRCI and WorldatWork credits all at the same time for NO COST. HR.com is committed to providing a deeper understanding of the HR function for 240,000 members by offering guaranteed pass re-certification prep courses, certification and re-certification credits, interactive Excellence Essentials monthly e-publications, 23 Expert Certification Programs, 19 Certificate Programs, 3,500+ webcasts, 230+ virtual conferences, blogs, community networks, industry news and advisory boards.
Debbie McGrath, Chief Instigator and CEO
dmcgrath (at) hr (dot) com