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Statistics About The Most Likely Awards

The most likely awards in statistics are the Nobel Prize in Economics and the COPSS Presidents' Award.

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"88% of the companies award their employees based on performance, according to a WorldatWork survey."

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"85% of the organizations around the world currently have some form of employee recognition and awards in place, according to McKinsey."

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"The prestigious Oscar awards had a 26% increase in viewership in 2021."

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"The prime time Emmy awards has an average viewership of 6-12 million viewers."

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"According to Eurispes report 60% of the Italian citizens consider the Oscars the most important Cinema Award."

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"The costs incurred in the organization of Grammy Awards are estimated to be about $40 million."

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"The Nobel Prize has a 17% success rate from being shortlisted to winning the award."

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"The Emmy Awards possesses over 23,000 voting members, according to the Television Academy."

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"Facebook is the platform most likely used for announcing awards (79% of instances), according to a survey by Eventbrite."

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"Women comprise only 15.1% of all Alfred Nobel award winners as of 2020."

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"The Oscars' voting membership was 94% Caucasian and 77% male in 2014, according to the Los Angeles Times."

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"As per a Washington Post research, 50% of the audience for the Academy Awards are women."

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"Only 37% of companies report offering peer-to-peer recognition, as per a study by Society for Human Resource Management."

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"Companies that implement regular employee feedback have turnover rates that are 14.9% lower than for employees who receive no feedback, according to a Gallup survey."

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"Only 69% of high-performing organizations have all their employees participating in the reward programs, as stated by Brandon Hall Group."

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"Popularity of the Academy Awards in 2012 peaked at 39.3%, according to Statista."

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"Of the 754 Tony Awards given for performance, only 35 have been given to non-white actors, as per a report by American Theatre Magazine."

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"Nearly one in five US employees does not believe their employer fairly distributes rewards according to job performance, says Willis Towers Watson."

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"85% of workers feel more motivated when their work is recognized, according to a study by Socialcast."

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"The Golden Globe Awards attained a record low of 6.9 million viewers in 2021, according to The New York Times."

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