Jun 18, 2015Scroll Down
Most employees participating in your recognition program have no idea what an acceptable level of performance is – should they be sending three recognitions per month or three recognitions per day? Most managers don’t have at-a-glance access to relevant, meaningful team participation activity and program owners don’t have the ability to establish participation objectives, easily monitor outcomes or compare results against industry benchmarks and best practices.
RPM stands for Recognition Participation Metrics; this is a key feature of G5, the world’s leading employee recognition system by BIWORLDWIDE. The metrics in RPM allow you to quickly and easily evaluate participation and engagement in your program at the individual, team and program level. RPM is a smarter way to measure program engagement, beyond just focusing on who receives the most recognition. While these metrics are not a proxy for an individual or team’s job performance (nor are they intended to be used in lieu of a formal performance review), they do provide insights that quickly sum up your program’s performance.
RPM creates a line-of-sight to five key metrics that measure “active participation,” all tracked through your recognition program website and mobile usage. As a participant in the program, RPM identifies your individual performance and offers a “Participation Score” calculated by applying BIW’s proprietary algorithm to your personal data. As a manager, RPM displays how your team is doing both individually and collectively, applying the same algorithm to your team’s combined data.
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