The key to appreciating your staff’s contributions and ensuring they do not go unnoticed is to capitalise on peer to peer recognition.
Employee engagement is the synchronisation of the company’s staff members with the combined company objectives. It is important not to confuse engagement with satisfaction.
Particular times of the year call for commemorating your staff for their annual performance or combined monthly achievements in order to reinforce the organisation’s values.
According to ‘Great Place to Work’; how employees experience recognition is one of the most important factors in their overall perception of their company as a workplace.
Behind every great business is a great team of employees, but actually getting your employees to perform at the best of their ability is sometimes far easier said than done, and that is where Prize Voucher’s employee incentive programmes come in.
Many companies only approach staff retention during disruptive periods of organisational change by throwing financial incentives at senior executives or star performers
A company’s ability to identify the levels of engagement in the workplace plays an important part in the engagement module as a whole.
Employee engagement is a workplace approach designed to ensure that employees are committed to their organisation's goals and values. In turn, employees are motivated to contribute to the organisational success, and are able to enhance their own sense of wellbeing.
The most important asset to any company is its people, better known as employees. By now, everyone knows that happy employees produce the best results and in turn result in happy customers and clients.
The concept satisfies two business concerns: rewarding employees for exemplary performance and removing the weight of choosing the best reward. It also fosters camaraderie, competiveness, and positive morale.