Have you ever wondered how you could implement an employee recognition program and why you would need one?
Employees are a company’s most valuable asset and should be recognized for all the work they do for a company. Motivating them to go above and beyond is extremely important for a successful business, and recognizing employees is a great way to increase productivity and improve workforce engagement and retention.
There are many ways employers can motivate their employees. This can include offering rewards such as extra paid time off, monetary rewards or gift cards, a free lunch, or even work from home option. The accompanying infographic provides an overview that can help you increase engagement and foster greater productivity as well as company culture.
The following infographic covers how a company should implement an incentive program and other key facts about incentive programs in six steps.
By Julie Feece, Vice President North America – Marketing for RPG Card Services, a sales and marketing organization specializing in offering Gift Card Program Services to nationally recognized retailers for their B2B and B2C programs. She has held leadership roles in the incentive gift card industry for over 17 years and has been with RPG for the past 10 years.
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