An iPod is a great reward -- unless you're deaf

02/19/2010 | Fistful of Talent

Poor employee-recognition programs aren't the result of low budgets but instead managers "being lazy," Marisa Keegan writes. For example, inappropriate rewards, such as giving chocolate to a worker with diabetes or an iPod to an employee who's deaf, show a lack of planning and commitment by the boss.

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