It’s time to celebrate our 45th Work Anniversary. Our company was founded in 1976 by Jim Dittman. He wanted to create a place where he would want to work not necessarily a big company, but a great company. In the years since, we have grown into a vibrant organization focused on helping companies move their people to the next level.
30 Years with Next Level Performance – Gail Martin
Our Customer Service Program Manager, Gail Martinn, celebrates an extraordinary milestone of 30 years at Next Level Performance.
Next Level Teammate Spotlight – Jamie Santiago
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.
Introducing Applaudit: HR Technology for Your Recognition Culture
To be the best employer or the best engagement partner, you have to be ready to evolve and improve. We listened to our customers and studied the challenges they face, and built Applaudit around their needs.
Ask an Expert: Should you consider reviewing your recognition program?
The Fourth Quarter is a popular time to review budgets and programs. Here is what to consider when reviewing your recognition program for next year. Take it from an expert.
The “Good Old Days”
The future we want to build will bring forward the best of the past and marry it with the best of the present. I concluded that the people who worked for me and the people who were my peers all had five things in common.
What’s Wrong with Millennials? Youth.
Everyone is talking about those Millennials… Research shows that they may not be so different than the Boomers or Gen Xers that came before them.
Service Anniversaries: Milestones are Meaningful
By recognizing the time spent and the efforts made, we recognize the commitment of the individual.
Time to Retire: Boomer Bust
To remain competitive, businesses must transfer critical knowledge and experience from retiring Boomers to younger employees. What’s more, to counter the experience shortage, companies must hold on to the talent they have.
How Much Does an Employee Recognition Program Cost?
Employee recognition program cost can be difficult to determine up front. Use our guidelines and rules of thumb to determine ballpark cost figures.