Employees seek fulfillment, opportunity, and recognition for their efforts, not perks. An environment in which people feel recognized, welcomed, and appreciated is key to maintaining a competitive, productive business.
Employee engagement is at its highest point in decades. However, the majority of employees in the US workforce remain disengaged. Keeping up with trends in employee engagement and developing well-designed employee recognition programs is key to business success.
Congratulations to Jessika Vocht, our teammate of the quarter! Every quarter at Next Level Performance we recognize teammates who live up to the company CARES values: Collaboration, Accountability, Respect, Ethical behavior, and Service. From peer nominations, we also select a teammate who did an exceptional job living our values and delivering on the company mission: To help people and organizations dig deeper, reach higher, and attain the next level.
As an incentive and recognition provider, our team is definitely committed to engagement and has given our Applaudit recognition platform a good workout over the last months. Here’s what we learned.
Our Customer Service Program Manager, Gail Martinn, celebrates an extraordinary milestone of 30 years at Next Level Performance.
In a strong economy, it’s important to cultivate a strong workplace culture within your business. Professionals rank their work environment as the most important factor when determining their satisfaction with their job. Pay raises and promotions are ineffectual drivers of employee engagement when compared to culture.
Communication, non-cash rewards like meaningful gifts, and the celebration of accomplishments is key to harnessing the halo effect and establishing a better work environment.
Today’s top companies are valued by their intangible assets. Aspects like company culture and employee retention are essential to a company’s success. Research by the Incentive Research Foundation provides insight on how managers could best take advantage of incentive programs to increase the quality of their firms through the right combinations of rewards.
Each quarter we give teammates the opportunity to nominate one of their peers for outstanding work. For the last quarter of 2017, we celebrate Shannon Prekop.
Each quarter we give teammates the opportunity to nominate one of their peers for outstanding work. This quarter, we celebrate Kirsten Adams.
This guide provides information to consider when designing and implementing an employee recognition program, including a checklist, best practices, and more!
Elevate Performance, Strengthen Culture, Retain Your Best
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