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"What criteria should I use when recognizing employees?"

Are there any rules I have to follow when recognizing employees?

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Darren
 User  Darren asked at 08 Nov. 2013

 

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Fasu
 User Fasu answered to question to 11 Nov. 2013
Use these 9 principles when recognising employees:
http://labourandhrclub.fspbusiness.co.za/articles/performance-management/make-sure-you-follow-these-nine-principles-when-recognising-employees-159.html



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