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Service Award Programs | Employee Recognition

Posted on 05/20/2020 in Service Award Programs

Recognizing Employees with Service Award Programs 

Get the huge benefits of recognizing your employees as they reach service anniversaries. These special occasions are perfect opportunities to acknowledge employee's loyalty, dedication and significant achievements throughout their years of service.

This article provides tips and ideas for this important recognition program, and how you can easily show your appreciation with service awards.

The most powerful and cost effective way to recognize employee service is through a formal Employee Service Award Program.

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Employee Points Reward System Benefits

Posted on 05/18/2020 in Points Programs

mployee Point Based Recognition Program Benefits

A points-based rewards program for employees could be perfect for motivating your organization, and to help build a Culture of Recognition.

If you're planning to reward Points when recognizing employees for many different actions and behaviors, and allow them to redeem their accumulated points for merchandise awards, then a points-based solution is the answer.

Depending on the functionality needed in your employee recognition program, and your awards budget, there are a few different solutions available to help implement an cost-effective points based solution for your company. 

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How to Thank Employees to Show Appreciation

Posted on 03/04/2019 in Spot Recognition

Easy ways to say Thank You at Work

A simple Thank You can speak volumes to your employees

Some time ago, at the beginning of my career as a mortgage banker, I had the pleasure of assisting a young couple with the purchase of their very first home. Shortly after they moved in, I received a gift basket of assorted chocolates as a thank you.

I thought that this was the sweetest gesture, ever (pun intended). It wasn’t so much the basket of sweets that I enjoyed but the hand-written note which accompanied those foil-wrapped delights.

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Employee Engagement Strategy - High Turnover

Posted on 03/01/2018 in Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement Strategy & High Turnover 

Should organizations have a different strategy to  improve employee engagement strategy when turnover is high?

For some businesses such as cleaning services and fast food restaurants, it’s common to see up to 90% employee turnover within 9 months or sooner.

This is not because there is something wrong with these organizations. Rather, these mostly minimum wage, part-time workers may be in the process of completing their education, or possibly looking for jobs offering better pay, full-time work, or more opportunities for growth.

Consider this strategy to help improve employee engagement levels in organizations with high turnover rates.

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Employee Christmas Gift Ideas | Company Christmas Gifts

Employees Gifts for Christmas

Giving your employees company Christmas gifts sends them an important message that each member of your organization is important, valued and appreciated!

To make the largest impact with your gift, you want to give employees a something they want, and will actually use. The best way to do that, is to give a gift they can choose for themselves!

Click below to see a short video showing how easy it is to give each employee the perfect Christmas gift! One they can select.

Take the guess-work out of your Employee Holiday Gifts. Fits every Budget! 

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Ideas to Improve Employee Engagement

Posted on 07/12/2017 in Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement ideas

engaged employeesHas this happened in your organization?

You survey your employees and the results come back with very concerning data that indicates many of the employees are not fully engaged.

The managers with employees who are less engaged are asking how they can help turn that around. They don't know where to begin. Luckily, we can help you improve employee engagement with ideas for improving trust and pride in your company.

Many companies don't evaluate their current level of engagement, and often don't realize there are problems. That's because employees often express their level of engagement in very subtle ways: from physical and emotional ways, to performance and loyalty - or length of service.

When employees only do the minimum work required, and easily give up when faced with obstacles, you know they are not fully engaged.

See these ideas to help improve employee engagement levels.

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