According to a joint survey conducted by WorldatWork and the National Association for Employee Recognition, those organizations with the most productive, happy and loyal employees all seem to have something in common: formal and informal recognition programs that foster a positive work environment.
What does NAER stand for?
NAER stands for National Association for Employee Recognition (now Recognition Professionals International)
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We have 5 other meanings of NAER in our Acronym Attic
- Native American Environmental Protection Coalition
- National Adult Education Professional Development Consortium
- National Association of Empty Property Practitioners (UK)
- National Asthma Education and Prevention Program
- National Association of Exotic Pest Plant Councils (Florida)
- New Aeon English Qabala
- Bureau of Aeronautics Publications (US Navy)
- National Academy for Educational Research (Taiwan)
- National Asbestos Exposure Review (US ATSDR)
- National Association for Emergency Response
- National Association of Executive Recruiters
- Non-Activated Estrogen Receptor
- National Athletic Equipment Reconditioner's Association
- National Agricultural Education Research Conference (annual event)
- North American Electric Reliability Council
- North American Exotic Replica Cars, Inc. (Canada)
- Naval Architecture Elements Reference Guide
- North American Emergency Response Guidebook
- North American Equine Ranching Information Council (agribusiness advocate group)
- National Agricultural Extension and Research Liaison Service (Nigeria)
Samples in periodicals archive:
June 20 /PRNewswire/ -- A February 2005 survey, conducted by WorldatWork and the National Association for Employee Recognition (NAER), shows employee recognition continues to be important to more employers.
Through training, consulting and coaching and involvement with the National Association for Employee Recognition (NAER), exceptional leaders are learning these key skills: * Understanding what recognition means to you and those you lead; * When to reward, recognize and reinforce behavior; * Identifying the most effective internal and external motivators; * Learning to provide positive reinforcement in a meaningful manner; * Linking key business goals to day-to-day behaviors.
When companies use positive messages to reinforce behaviors that support their business objectives, they can transform their culture and drive results," said Kimberly Smithson, past president of the National Association for Employee Recognition and vice president of business solutions for Prosperiti, the leading provider of enterprise performance management and total reward systems.