What's trending in rewards and recognition programs?

on "July 23, 2020 2:10 pm"

American Solutions for Business shares hot trends in rewards and recognition programs.

By Karen Mendes

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Experts recommend considering these trends when updating rewards and recognition programs:

  • Companies should focus more on personalized rewards — what may appeal to one employee won’t appeal to the next.
  • Frequency of rewards and recognition also is key. Celebrate often.
  • Make rewards and recognition public. Research shows that public recognition through a variety of communication channels including email, newsletter, awards and announcements drives employee engagement even among those who aren’t recognized. It encourages them to strive for recognition.

 

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