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Build Bridges Not Walls – Employee Recognition

Posted by Administrator On April - 13 - 2012

Regular, one-on-one assessments with your staff provide an efficient two-way forum with which to set and review realistic achievement targets, provide feedback on performance, and listen to and consider any problems employees may have. For example, a sales executive may feel that he or she is under performing, when in fact sales targets have been set too high. Read the rest of this entry »

Award Medals and the Honor That Comes With It

Posted by Administrator On August - 13 - 2010

There are plenty of award medals being given to people who deserve it each year. It is being given as a distinct honor to something that the awardees did or has been able to accomplish.

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How To Raise Level Of Motivation

Posted by Administrator On October - 9 - 2009

Raise the BarLow motivation can be a reason of company’s profit and success problems. Thus, it is important to know how to rise motivation among employees. Every individual possesses different personality traits, skills, and competencies. Read the rest of this entry »

Use Promotional Mugs to Show Appreciation

Posted by Administrator On August - 14 - 2009

Promotional MugsPromotional mugs have a long standing history of being a well received promotional tool. Not only are they a great way to place your company name in the hands of clients and potential clients, but they are a perfect reward for employees. Upon completion of a big project, or any job well done, the employees can be rewarded with a beautiful keepsake which also advertises the name of your company. These mugs, when openly distributed, can be seen in private homes and office buildings and are a way of distributing your company name and logo. Read the rest of this entry »

Award CertificateOne of the biggest motivating factors in a workplace is genuine recognition of performance. This kind of recognition makes an employee feel that he or she is truly appreciated, which usually leads to a greater job satisfaction. Phillip B. Crosby, author or “Quality Is Free” may have said it best when he said, “Genuine recognition of performance is something people really appreciate. People really don’t work for money. They go to work for it, but once the salary has been established, their concern is appreciation. Recognize their contribution publicly and noisily, but don’t demean them by applying a price tag to everything.”

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How to give Employees Recognition

Posted by Administrator On May - 1 - 2009

awards01Employers think workers do a good job for money, but a survey of 200,000 employees says it’s really recognition that counts! Here’s how to use it most effectively.  “Well done!” Would you consider hearing those two simple words a significant reward for putting your life on the line? Military personnel do. They consider this seemingly ordinary compliment, when it comes from a superior officer, one of the highest forms of recognition for their service.
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