All Star - Blog

    brian

    Recent Posts

    Employee appreciation is a year-round strategy

    Posted by brian on 04.02.2020

    Employee Appreciation

    Read More

    Topics: Employee Motivation, Employee Reward and Recognition Programs, employee rewards, Employee Appreciation, tangible rewards, Engaging Employees

    Keep Remote Employees Engaged in an Uncertain Time

    Posted by brian on 03.24.2020

    WorkingRemote

    Many companies with employees working from home for the first time during current COVID-19 concerns may be wondering how to keep remote employees engaged in uncertain times.

    Read More

    Topics: improve employee engagement, Motivating Employees, Remote Employees during Coronavirus, Remote Workers, Employee Engagement for Remote Workers, Engaging Employees

    How Artificial Intelligence is Impacting Employee Engagement

    Posted by brian on 02.11.2020

    AI

    Artificial intelligence (AI) has made many business processes and initiatives easier. From chatbots that improve customer service to programs that help to analyze data better and faster, artificial intelligence technology is changing our business landscape.

    Read More

    Topics: employee incentive programs, Employee Reward and Recognition Programs, Employee Reward Programs, Artificial Intelligence, employee engagement, improve employee engagement

    Research-based Employee Incentive, REward & Recognition programs

    Posted by brian on 01.14.2020

    Research

    Companies with defined incentive, reward and recognition programs enjoy a higher market share, lower turnover rates, a more highly engaged workforce, higher productivity and a host of additional benefits, so it makes sense that an increasing number of companies are turning to these programs. But very few company leaders know which reward vehicles work best, understand the legal tax and regulatory issues involved, or employ staff with relevant experience to properly design programs. Yet, despite this, many still attempt to do so using in-house resources.

    Read More

    Topics: Employee Motivation, Employee Recognition, Employee Recognition Programs, Employee Reward and Recognition Programs, employee engagement, Employee Happiness, Employee Incentive Program, Reward Employees

    Employee Motivation Misunderstood

    Posted by brian on 12.16.2019

    Employee Motivation Misunderstood

    An article entitled Five Secrets to Motivate and Retain Employees was recently published by ThriveGlobal. The author is a career coach…but notably, not an incentive professional or specialist in the reward and recognition field.

    Read More

    Topics: employee incentive programs, Employee Motivation, Employee Performance, Employee Reward and Recognition Programs, Employee Appreciation, Motivating Employees

    Reward & Recognition Merchandise Outlook for 2020

    Posted by brian on 12.10.2019

    2020Outlook

    The Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) has completed their survey of incentive buyers, suppliers and professionals in the industry to provide their merchandise outlook for 2020. Some key points follow:

    Read More

    Topics: Brand Name Merchandise, merchandise rewards, Reward and Recognition Programs, Rewards Programs, tangible rewards

    How Important is Choice in Employee Reward Programs?

    Posted by brian on 11.27.2019

    Employee Reward Choices

    What is the perfect reward for employee recognition programs that target performance in areas like safety, wellness, customer service and training?  Let’s start by defining what we mean by “perfect.” The “perfect” award would be one that is both highly desired by the award recipient and one that will easily be remembered by that recipient for a long time to come.  Without that in mind, let’s first consider what award structures do not work (and yet are still commonly used):

    Read More

    Topics: Employee Reward and Recognition Programs, Employee Reward Programs, Employee Appreciation, employee engagement, Employee Incentive Program, Reward Employees

    Are you Prepared for the New Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) Regulations?

    Posted by brian on 11.20.2019

    DriverTraining

    February 7, 2020 is the compliance date for entry level driver training (ELDT) regulation changes for new drivers. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has amended the regulations, adopting a new Class A Commercial Driver’s License. This includes a theory instruction upgrade curriculum that reduces training time and costs currently incurred by upgrading a Class B commercial driver’s license (CDL) to a Class A CDL.

    Read More

    Topics: Safety Reward and Recognition Programs, Safety Rewards, Workplace Safety, Driver Safety, National Safety Month, Safe Driver Training

    why not use cash to reward employees?

    Posted by brian on 10.08.2019

    WhyNoCash

    Attracting and retaining key talent has always been a top concern for business leaders and it is especially so in these days of historically low unemployment. Without accurate intelligence, business leaders are tempted to throw cash at the retention problem. Cash is King, right? So why not use cash to reward employees? Because research shows that tangible rewards are far more effective than cash.

    Read More

    Topics: Employee Reward Programs, Non-cash Rewards, employee engagement, Employee Incentive Program, improve employee engagement, Incentives for Employees, Motivating Employees, tangible rewards, lower turnover

    Company Culture & Employee Engagement: the Impact on the Customer Experience

    Posted by brian on 09.03.2019

    Customer Experience

    Employee engagement, company culture, customer experience: These three components can’t exist in a vacuum. A company with a strong culture has highly engaged employees, who therefore positively impact the customer experience. Where to start?

    Read More

    Topics: Customer experience, employee engagement, improve employee engagement

    1 2 3 4 5

    Subscribe Here!

    Recent Posts

    Posts by Tag

    See all