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5 Secrets for Rewarding Employees

5 Secrets for Rewarding Employees | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
Employee recognition is priceless, yet it costs nothing. Here's how to keep your team motivated by rewarding them wisely.

Via Scott Span, MSOD
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When you use something like the Blue Sky pass - which only costs .99 - this is a perfect, inexpensive way to reward people without breaking the bank.

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The Power of "Thank You" - Huffington Post (blog)

The Power of "Thank You" - Huffington Post (blog) | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
The Power of "Thank You"
Huffington Post (blog)
In addition to having managers recognize their direct reports, also create a culture where peer-to-peer recognition is encouraged.
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Incentive Programs - Expert Opinions - Roy Saunderson - Top 10 Recognition Trends for 2014 That You Cannot Ignore - Incentive Magazine

Incentive Programs - Expert Opinions - Roy Saunderson - Top 10 Recognition Trends for 2014 That You Cannot Ignore - Incentive Magazine | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
Top 10 Recognition Trends for 2014 That You Cannot Ignore - Next year, we'll see more demand for greater social responsibility and the increasing role of social media.

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You Are in Charge of Your Own Employee Happiness | The Social Workplace

You Are in Charge of Your Own Employee Happiness | The Social Workplace | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it

Because employee happiness isn’t a solution. It’s a result. It’s the result of  management and employees striving to communicate, interact and develop our individual talents and coming together to create a high-performing company overall. 


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Paul Hebert's curator insight, November 21, 2013 7:21 PM

NOTE FROM ME:  This is a must read.  Own it baby - own it!

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Most employee engagement programs inadequate: Survey | Benefits Canada

Most employee engagement programs inadequate: Survey | Benefits Canada | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
More than half (56%) of HR managers around the world concede that their organization’s employee engagement programs fall short on delivering bottom-line results, according to a new survey by Right Management.

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Paul Hebert's curator insight, November 18, 2013 8:40 AM

NOTE FROM ME:  Maybe focusing on what the company wants first is a bad strategy - start with the employee and work backwards - that might drive better engagement.

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Employee engagement is like rolling a snowball uphill - Interview ...

Employee engagement is like rolling a snowball uphill - Interview ... | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it

Employee engagement is like rolling a snowball uphill - Interview with Peter A. Hunter - It needs managing all of the time and if you take your eye off the ball it'll roll all the way down to the bottom of the hill.


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Great article - it's always important to keep your program going and make adjustments as needed versus letting it slide.

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Employee Recognition and the Customer Experience | PeopleMetrics

Employee Recognition and the Customer Experience | PeopleMetrics | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
The following posts examines four ways in which employee recognition can help you reach your customer experience goals.

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How The “Thank You” Economy Can Boost Your Bottomline…

How The “Thank You” Economy Can Boost Your Bottomline… | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
There are no more powerful words that we can use in our daily lives than “Thank You”.  You don’t believe me?  In a 2012 study, Bersin and Associates concluded that  organizations with mature employee recognition programs were 12 times more likely to have stronger business results than their competitors who didn’t employ such programs. Take a moment and let that sink in. What if your organization employed such a program? If you aren’t grasping how the “thank you” economy can improve your bottom-line, maybe you should reconsider how you are embracing the power of gratitude in your organization or leadership.

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Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's curator insight, November 3, 2013 12:45 PM

Don't know where to begin? Start by reading this article it lists three tips to help you along the way.

Marc Rougier's comment, November 3, 2013 2:43 PM
Thank you @Brian ! :)
Cecile Morel's curator insight, November 3, 2013 4:04 PM

Thank you all. Good vibes are always good :-). Special thanks to the Mobirider tech team, working hard to deliver. Go, go, go!

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Trending: 5 Examples of Prankvertising | 522 Productions

Trending: 5 Examples of Prankvertising | 522 Productions | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it

Go big or go home, right? Brands everywhere are going over the top to impress consumers and grab their attention. To do this, they’re coupling pranks with video advertising strategies to create compelling content that goes viral. While some marvel at the creativity, others argue that prankvertising goes too far. Regardless, the power of the latest trend in video advertising is undeniable. Here are some of our favorite prankvertisements.


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 10, 2013 9:39 AM

It's video. It's viral. It's successful and "prankvertising" is playing near you.

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10 Ways to Motivate Anyone

10 Ways to Motivate Anyone | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
Understand the unique brain and personality types of your employees to keep them invested in work. You'll see amazing results. (Recognition and motivation....
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Employee recognition isn’t just for Christmas | Staff Motivation Matters

Employee recognition isn’t just for Christmas | Staff Motivation Matters | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
Christmas is a great time to recognise the contributions your staff have made, but you need to recognise and engage them all year round, not just once a year.

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News - Industry - Study Finds Incentives Produce Better, Happier Employees - Incentive Magazine

News - Industry - Study Finds Incentives Produce Better, Happier Employees - Incentive Magazine | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
Study Finds Incentives Produce Better, Happier Employees - Only one quarter of employees received a reward in the past two years.
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Using an online incentive program that is inexpensive and easy to administer is the key to reaching more employees.   

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Thank You.

Thank You. | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
My post title is missing its normal, and grammatically incorrect, double exclamation points ( !! ) for a reason this week.  I had the most amazing experience and just had to share it with you !! (o...

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Recognition doesn't need to break the bank.  Sometimes just a simple thank you is all that's needed.

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Paul Hebert's curator insight, November 11, 2013 7:27 AM

NOTE:  This is what #Humanize -d employee engagement looks like.

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5 Secrets for Rewarding Employees

5 Secrets for Rewarding Employees | Employee Incentives | Scoop.it
Employee recognition is priceless, yet it costs nothing. Here's how to keep your team motivated by rewarding them wisely.

Via Scott Span, MSOD
Jack Martin's insight:

When you use something like the Blue Sky pass - which only costs .99 - this is a perfect, inexpensive way to reward people without breaking the bank.

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