Theresa Harkins-Schulz discusses the importance of having human resources representation at the executive table to help form and deliver business strategy.
Learn how a company serving 36,000 U.S. military members found new ways to recognize employees while remaining in financial compliance after regulations changed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Learn how documentation helped an insurance, banking and investment service provider create an overall recognition strategy and structure for current initiatives, and a future roadmap.
Learn more about how a multi-billion dollar gasoline and convenience store retailer created a scalable solution to attract, retain and recognize employees.
Theresa shares her philosophy around the customer journey and the similarities between the customer experience and the employee experience and to what extent organizations can approach both similarly.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused many businesses to transition to remote work in order to continue forward. With that transition came a number of new problems for HR leaders that have required some innovative thinking to solve.
Employers often analyze the ROI of recognition programs in the workplace. But what happens when we calculate the cost of not having one?
What’s the best way to show your star sales performers how much they mean to your organization? Many companies have some form of sales recognition program, but which ones are the most effective and why?
Listen as HRO Today CEO Elliot Clark and Theresa Harkins-Schulz, Senior Vice President of Inspirus, discuss best practices your HR department can implement to foster engagement amidst the current environment.
Learn more about how Inspirus’ platform consolidated Southwest’s recognition and incentive programs into one space.
Learn more about how Inspirus’ platform integrated sales reports to motivate and unify the workforce at a national pawnshop chain.