Entries by Incentive Services

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3 Reasons Employee Engagement Is Declining

3 Reasons Employee Engagement is Declining & How Managers Can Improve It Article from Forbes.com Employee engagement is one of those management attributes that can be hard to define. Different companies characterize it differently, but there’s one thing they pretty much all agree on: They do want engaged employees. Why? Engaged employees are usually more […]

Happy Holidays from Incentive Services

The holidays are an important time to slow down and express gratitude for the people that make an impact on your life.   At work, at home, and everywhere we go – we have the opportunity to do or say something to make a difference in someone’s day.   Today, we would like to take […]

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How Incentives Impact Emotions

How Incentives Impact Emotions When it comes to tapping into the emotions that make recognition/incentive programs work, businesses have noted that tangible, non-cash rewards do a better job of attracting and holding people’s interest, getting them excited about possibilities, and motivating them to act in a way that meets business objectives. The theory is that, […]

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Employees Are Being Ignored

Employees are being ignored – and it’s tanking their performance. Employee productivity is an ongoing concern for organizations around the world. Managers, CEOs, and HR executives are constantly looking for ways and means of driving effective performance while improving levels of engagement. You can invest in all the expensive and complex schemes you like and […]

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Creating the Right Culture Is Possible

Employee engagement has long been a concern in the U.S. workforce, but — perhaps now more than ever — it represents a vital component of employee attraction and retention. For the modern workforce, an engaging work environment is a fundamental expectation, a baseline requirement. Many employees refuse to settle for an organization that does not […]

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Getting Employee Engagement Right

Research has proven that employee engagement contributes to increased profitability, yet most organizations still have no formal engagement strategy in place and two-thirds of employees are disengaged. A Gallup study drew the connection between consistently low engagement and team performance and suggested that when an employee’s engagement needs are not met, there is a higher […]

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Moving The Middle

In order to maximize performance, it’s important to understand the cross-section of a typical workforce. It’s common for an organization to have 10-15% of its employees in a high performing group, and 10-15% in a lower performing, more disengaged group. This leaves the bulk of your workforce in the 70-80% middle percentile. Well-designed recognition programs […]

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Understanding the 5 Generations

Acknowledging the multiple generations within your workplace is critical to the success of your recognition strategy. With five generations working side by side in today’s workforce, it’s paramount that generational preferences and motivators be identified and understood. Determining how to best communicate with, train, engage, and retain top talent within every generation is essential to […]

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Retaining Top Talent

How are you reinforcing the value of your people? By recognizing your staff and showing appreciation for their work, you make an investment in your team and also in the future of your organization. Success is not only measured by hiring the most qualified candidates, but also by ensuring job satisfaction and retention of your […]