by Alex Palmer | October 06, 2016
In today's workplace, it has become increasingly important to reward workers with greater frequency -- recognizing an employee when they do something well in order to make it more likely they will do such good work again. With that in mind, Michael C. Fina Recognition has announced enhancements to its Recognition Notes platform, making it easier for managers and peers to recognize colleagues at work.

The upgrades, which were announced at the 2016 HR Technology Conference & Expo in Chicago, include increased social and mobile options aimed at encouraging more frequent, even daily, recognition from managers and peers. The company also unveiled NotesPlus memberships, which allow users to register their account, sending and tracking these notes of congratulation and encouragement in an online "notebook."

"It is important for organizations to have a full-bodied recognition program that celebrates major milestones while also providing quick and easy methods for recognizing daily achievements," said Cord Himelstein, vice president of marketing and communications of Michael C. Fina Recognition, in a statement. "Recognition Notes adds a new layer to existing employee recognition programs, providing a low-hassle tool to help increase the frequency of recognition within organizations of any size."

The program, which is free to use, will also give users the option of singing on for weekly digest emails with details on who received and sent recognition. 

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