Employee Recognition Analysis

Infographic Gender RecognitionP&MM has conducted an analysis of recognition generated and received by 30,857 employees within two large, nationwide recognition programmes in the financial services, and manufacturing sectors.

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This study has uncovered compelling evidence that there are clear differences between how men and women give and respond to recognition. While employers are currently developing schemes to appeal to all, it appears they should in fact be catering for the differing demands of men and women.

In general, women give and receive more recognition while men are more likely to give recognition in the form of a higher monetary value.  Men become more engaged when there is a monetary reward involved whereas women tend to be better at just saying thank you.

 

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