Beginning with looking at how rewards and recognition strategies have changed over the past decade, Melissa Van Dyke of the Incentive Research Foundation takes an in depth look at rewards and recognition specifically the key factors that when properly implemented, can help to foster lasting employee engagement.
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Who isn't looking for a lasting rewards and recognition strategy that not only drives prolonged employee disretionary effort but also fairly compensates the recipient for a job well done? The answer may very well be with gift cards. Yes gift cards. Turns out those stocking stuffer staples are the perfect answer to a question that too often plagues organizations worldwide. How to show employees how valuable their contributions really are.
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In the summer after my freshman year of high school my father presented me with the opportunity to mow not only our lawn, but several of my neighbors’ lawns as well. The going rate was $15 for each yard. Each time I finished, I would knock on the door and collect my fee.
In many cases, I was handed a $20 bill and my neighbor would let me keep the change. It was a generous tip, and one I started to expect from those repeat customers. Of course, that inevitably led to some disappointment and feeling short-changed on the rare occasion that it didn’t happen.