Career Communications Group, Inc
About the Awards:

We introduced our employee recognition program in 1987 at a time when the Department of Labor issued its Workforce 2000 report that predicted a shortage of skilled work force by the year 2000 based on the growing demand for skilled workers while the supply declined due to demographic shifts and the aging workforce. The face of the new workforce would primarily be women, racial and ethnic minority groups and immigrants. Since then the publication of Workforce 2020 painted an even bleaker picture as the retirement of Baby Boomers from the workforce accelerates.

Studies and surveys by Watson & Wyatt, the U.S. Department of Labor, Gallop, KPMG, and others show a strong correlation between employee recognition and retention. A Watson & Wyatt study revealed a 13 percent lower turnover rate for employers who had a clear strategy than those who did not. The U.S. Department of Labor cites lack of appreciation as the number-one reason employees leave their jobs.



BEYA 2018
Conference Highlights
CCG Heroes
Awards Nomination
Women of Color STEM Conference