Monday, February 18, 2019 3:21:31 PM America/Los_Angeles

57 Creative Award Names for Employee Recognition

Increased employee morale, stronger engagement, and top-notch customer service are some of the benefits enjoyed by companies that have a solid means of recognizing employees. If you desire to take your ROI (Return On Investment) a notch higher, you can never go wrong with acknowledging achievement.

Employee recognition sounds easy as a duck takes to water, right? This might seem like a no-brainer, but the truth is that it’s essential to come up with a solid employee recognition strategy. What is employee recognition all about?

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Wednesday, January 9, 2019 11:37:13 AM America/Los_Angeles

Attendance Awards & Wording Ideas

When your employees go above and beyond, it's time to go the extra mile to share your appreciation for their time, effort, loyalty, dedication, and sacrifice. Instead of giving them a mere pat on the back or placing a meaningless certificate on their desk (that's sure to get crumpled up and thrown away after a few months), honor their vast achievements by giving them something they can display with pride for years to come.

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Tuesday, January 8, 2019 12:56:45 PM America/Los_Angeles

Mastering Difficult Conversations At Work

Humans are wired to run away from unpleasant situations. When faced with conflict, our brains release stress signals, triggering a fight-or-flight response. That’s why, rather than face a difficult situation, we often find ourselves running for dear life. It’s important to realize that tackling problematic issues can also generate highly positive outcomes. Resolving conflict, for instance, is an established source of motivation, creativity, and connection. Below, we provide a 5-step guide to help you tackle difficult conversations at the workplace to foster harmony and togetherness among the workforce.

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Wednesday, December 26, 2018 12:47:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

Wording Your Award for Peak Morale Boosting

Staff retention is a common performance indicator for excellent reasons: on average, it costs $1,200 to recruit one new employee, and that’s without considering the profit loss involved in functioning with an untrained staff member. 60% of workers say they value gratitude over any other retention strategy, so there’s plenty of sense in awarding staff throughout the year. An appreciated staff complement is a productive one. Awards are not, however, all created equal. The wording attached to your trophies can make or break their effectiveness.

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