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MS in Human Resource Development
Celebration events commonly happen in the workplace as means to reinforce and recognize excellent work performance. Although this seems to boost employee morale, ultimately workers desire ongoing reinforcement and recognition. One may question the effectiveness of celebrations in the workplace. This research examines the effectiveness and quality of reinforcement, recognition, and celebrations in the Educational Technology Services Department at Monroe Community College. A focus group was conducted to gain insight, and provide foundation for a quantitative survey that was later administered to the ETS Department. A literature review supports the results of the qualitative and quantitative data, recommendations are made and supported through the literature review.
Scarpetta, Niki, "Reinforcement, Recognition, and Celebrations in the Workplace." (2010). Education Masters. Paper 189.
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