Companies are always looking for ways to be innovative when improving their bottom line, and businesses are seeing the growing return on investing in their employees. While there are a number of ways to incentivize employees, one of the most … Continue reading 12 Mind-Blowing Stats on Employee Recognition You Didn’t Know Yet
If all employees were driven by traditional economics, employees would be motivated by money. Traditional employee motivation theories predict that employees will work harder, stay at the company longer and be more engaged in their work in exchange for higher … Continue reading Behavioral Economics and Employee Motivation & Engagement
Originally published on PPAI Publications. Research conducted in 2011 at a commercial laundry facility in the Midwest has revealed new theories (and reasserted some old ones) on the appropriate way to structure awards and recognition programs. Titled “The Dirty Laundry … Continue reading How to Say, “Good Job”
There have been countless views of the YouTube video of the United Airlines incident that happened in April: passengers had boarded the over-booked flight; a United crew needed to get to another city to work that flight, so four passengers … Continue reading Company Culture and Customer Service: How did United Airline’s Company Culture Contribute to the Incident This Year?
Below is an excerpt from “The Tax Consequences of Point-Based Employee Reward Programs” originally published on thetaxadviser.com. The incentive merchandise and travel industry has experienced rapid growth in recent years. According to a study released by the Incentive Federation in … Continue reading The Tax Consequences of Point-Based Employee Reward Programs
Employee Engagement in the Digital Age Employee loyalty expert, Chris Malone, and Online Rewards’ CEO, Michael Levy, discuss why the future of employee engagement is so strongly tied to our distant past. These strategies are especially effective in the retail … Continue reading On-Demand Webinar: Employee Engagement in the Digital Age