Recognition is a privilege of leadership, and we built a culture of recognition with each group, leader and brand embracing recognition in their own, personalized way around the globe. Interestingly, a new study conducted by KRC Research for OGO found nearly 9 in 10 middle-management employees feel unrecognized by their supervisors, while 88 percent also feel unrecognized by their co-workers. We also discovered recognition and appreciation go far beyond the workplace with a shortage of recognition — what I’ve dubbed the “global recognition deficit” — seen at home and in people’s personal lives.
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