Kazoo’s Top 5 Must-Download Resources of 2018

Employee Experience 1 min read

Earlier this month we counted down the top five blog posts of the year. This week, we’re doing the same with our resource library.

From case studies and webinars to tip sheets and reports, the Kazoo resource library is constantly updated with new content that helps HR leaders launch and optimize great performance management and recognition programs.

Here’s a look at the top five most-downloaded HR resources from 2018.

5. Four Factors to Drive High-Impact Performance Management [webinar]

It doesn’t get any better than Bersin by Deloitte when it comes to cutting edge research. On this webinar two Bersin experts unveil the first-of-its-kind performance management maturity model, and the practices that lead to big results.

4. State of Meaningful Work [study]

To understand how performance management initiatives contribute to more meaningful work experiences for employees, look no further the 2018 Kazoo Meaningful Work Study. This report is full of stats that help HR leaders demonstrate the value of engaged employees, and how that translates to the bottom line.

3. Jumpstart Your Performance Management Program [webinar]

In this webinar, we deliver tips straight from the source – HR leaders from Amy’s Kitchen and Spanx. They cover everything from how designed their programs and secured executive buy in to their change management secrets for getting it off the ground.

2. A Culture of Recognition Takes off at United Airlines [webinar]

With a geographically dispersed employee base, United Airlines struggled to unify its thousands of employees and create a common culture. In this webinar, United’s Marlon Crawford shares how the launch of a social and mobile recognition program, using Kazoo, helped the company achieve this, and more.

1. 2019 Buyer Questions: Performance Management Technology [guide]

Choosing a performance management technology provider is no easy feat. To help HR leaders make sense of it all, we published a guide to evaluating vendors across three areas: company, technology and performance management capabilities. The guide also includes sample questions to ask prospective vendors in each of these important areas.