Developing and rewarding staff


Reward and Recognition
CETLs were established as a means of rewarding excellence in teaching and learning. Our strategies for reward and recognition for staff through the CETL have incorporated a range of mechanisms. Staff perceptions of which have been evaluated and provide insights into how staff wish to be valued.

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Staff perceptions of reward and recognition mechanisms offered through the CETL

This study, involving an external consultant, sought to explore the perceptions of the reward and recognition strategies employed by this CETL. It offers insights in to the complexity of views on reward/recognition, the variety of ways in which people wish for their contribution to be valued, as well as what barriers there are to reward and recognition.

Liz Clifford

 

Final report of the reward and recognition evaluative study RR_Final_Report





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