A recent survey of nearly 1,300 Americans conducted by Resume Builder shows that about 23% of employees will seek new jobs in 2022. Other surveys put the numbers much higher. A tight labor market drives people to push for higher salaries and better benefits. They see that a flexible work culture leads to a better work-life balance. So “the grass is always greener” takes hold, and leads to The Great Recession.
Today, we’ll take a quick peek at the psychology behind why employee engagement and rewards programs work. And dip very briefly into a few considerations when setting up those plans.
Communicating your marketing message to all your employees, not just the sales team—so they understand, believe in, and cheer for your brand.
Whether crafting a program to promote employee happiness and therefore company loyalty, or a program to incentivize achieving a sales highpoint or safety milestone, project completion or other company or departmental objective, there are dozens of considerations, best practices to emulate, as well as pitfalls to avoid.
What is the best reward for employees?
“This solution is simple to launch, and simple to lunch.” Mike McWilliams, VP of Client Strategy.
To succeed, an incentive program must capture the attention of participants and inspire them to do great things. Rewards are key to earning mindshare and achieving results. I serve on the Research Committee of the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) and we recently completed the Rewards Preferences: Making a Lasting Impact on Incentive Program Participants study to understand which rewards really …
After spending all year coordinating trips for travel programs, where do travel planners go for their own vacation? From across the United States to Rome and Santorini, our Next Level teammates have exciting plans to travel to exciting destinations across the globe.
At Next Level Performance we recognize our employee’s contributions every quarter through the Teammate of the Quarter Award. With many nominations this quarter, the spotlight is on Jamie Santiago who had a very successful quarter working on graphic designs for incentive travel programs.
Organizations are finding out that it takes more than enticing perks to attract and retain top talent. From well-known companies to less recognizable organizations, they all have these things in common, making them the top companies people want to work for.
With holidays and important milestones come the opportunity to bring your employees together to celebrate, creating long-lasting relationships, a stronger connection to your organization, and increased engagement.
Trendy perks are nice to have and certainly appealing to most, but organizations need to have a solid foundation of values in place above all. Take it from some of the top companies who are now going back on their decisions.
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