Whether they call it “omnichannel” or something else, in 2014 most retail executives agree that delivering a consistent brand experience across all channels is a vital component of go-forward retail strategies. In fact, close to 95% of retailers define their retail strategy as “omnichannel,” up from 88% last year according to a recent survey conducted by Retail Touch Points. Read the 2014 report to hear what your peers are saying about the pursuit of omnichannel success.
Published By: OC Tanner
Published Date: Jun 12, 2018
Employee recognition is more than an HR program—it has a profound impact on an organization’s workplaceculture and bottom line.
Employee recognition has a strong influence on an organization’s workplace culture. Research on 10,000 employees in 12 countries shows that organizations who have a great culture are:
• 54% more likely to have employees that are Promoters on the standard NPS scale
• 53% more likely to have highly engaged employees
• 29% more likely to have employees innovating and performing great work
• 27% more likely to have increased in revenuelast year
• 25% more likely to have growth in team size in the last year1
By creating a great workplace culture employees want to engage with, you’ll see an improvement in business results. Employee recognition touches every aspect of your company culture and your employee experience—from recruiting, to engagement, productivity, innovation, and retention.
Data drives everything in today's business world, and it would be hard to name a more important concern for today’s corporate arena than data preservation. The growing urgency of this matter, until last year a novelty to most attorneys, touched off a flurry of rulings in the area of legal holds in 2010, with several major court decisions redrawing the map in what had been virtual terra incognita.
Published By: Quantcast
Published Date: May 22, 2013
Read this Digital Marketing Depot white paper featuring Quantcast and WebMetro which will answer those questions, and explain new attribution approaches and digital metrics that will help you track and drive new prospects to take action.
"It’s not a secret: Your prospects are learning about your products without your help. The hidden sales cycle has emerged over the past decade as the world has moved online. Before, the only way customers and prospects could get information about your products and services was by talking to you. Today, talking to you is the last thing they do. By the time they finally get in touch, most of them will have made their decisions. No more than ever, you must have a strategy in place to engage prospects anytime. Download: “Are you Taking Advantage of the Hidden Sales Cycle?” "