According to a new survey by WorldatWork and the National Association for Employee Recognition, businesses are expanding their recognition programs and starting new ones with more frequency than ever before.
A recent survey revealed that CEOs cite attracting and retaining talent is the number one barrier to corporate growth alongside HR executives who rate finding and retaining the best talent
“A motivated staff is the cornerstone of quality customer service and product innovation,” said Max Messmer, chairman of Accountemps and author of Managing your Career for Dummies(r) (Hungry Minds, Inc.).
A recent Incentive Federation survey found that on average, 79% of respondents found non-cash reward programs to be fairly to extremely effective in motivating participants to achieve sales and marketing
According to a study by the International Society of Performance Improvement called “Incentives, Motivation and Workplace Performance: Research and Best Practices,” incentive programs that are implemented and tracked correctly increase
According to a study produced by The Society of Incentive & Travel Executives (SITE) Foundation confirms the impact of incentive programs employing tangible awards. According to the study, incentive programs
Andersen Consulting found in a survey of about 500 executives at more than 250 companies that programs to retain and reward leading sales, marketing and customer service people can give
A recent study by Harvard Business School found that every 1 percent increase in staff loyalty resulted in a half percent increase in customer loyalty. Source: Ascent Group’s Reward