TLNT Webinar

The State of Employee Incentives, Rewards, and Recognition in 2020

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A tight labor market and the rise of the importance of workforce performance has changed in the way incentive, rewards, and recognition (IRR) programs are implemented and managed. Once haphazard and disconnected from the business, these programs are beginning to drive performance management, employee engagement, and overall business objectives.

In fact, research shows that 93% of organizations align their rewards programs with organizational goals. Unfortunately, just 45% see the role of IRR as a strategic one in their company. The increased use of non-cash incentives and their IRR program’s role in driving specific goals across engagement and performance is still developing as well.

In this webinar, we’ll take a deep dive into TLNT’s latest report, “The Role Incentives, Rewards and Recognition Programs Have in Today’s Performance Management,” we cover findings from research, interviews, and data to give a detailed look at the state of IRR.

Key takeaways from the webinar will include:

  • How we got here: A brief history of incentives
  • Understand the existing and emerging landscape of IRR
  • The advantages of using IRR strategically rather than tactically
  • The increasing impact of remote and hybrid workforces
  • Technology’s effect on transforming IRR programs

This webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now. Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar, and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day. Everyone who attends the live broadcast will receive HRCI and SHRM credits.

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Presented by:

Lance Haun

Lance Haun is the editor of TLNT. He first joined ERE Media in 2010 as community director and contributing editor for TLNT, eventually becoming editor of our sister publication SourceCon and an occasional contributor at ERE. In between his first and second stint at ERE, he spent seven years as a consultant, writer, and researcher for The Starr Conspiracy, a B2B marketing agency that focuses on the HCM market. Prior to 2010, he worked full-time as an HR leader and moonlighted as a freelance writer and blogger. You can reach him directly at