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    Fact #12

    Posted by admin on 09.29.2009

    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. While the majority of past awards have been given for length of service or performance, companies are adding new awards for safety, ideas, team building and efficiency.
    Source: WorldatWork and the National Association for Employee Recognition

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    Fact #14

    Posted by admin on 09.29.2009

    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 to be their greatest concerns.

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    Fact #15

    Posted by admin on 09.29.2009

    "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.). "By acknowledging your employees' achievements, you let them know their contributions are integral to the organization's success."

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    Fact #16

    Posted by admin on 09.29.2009

    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 goals.

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    Fact #17

    Posted by admin on 09.29.2009

    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 performance by an average of 22 percent. Team incentives increase performance by as much as 44 percent.

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    Fact #18

    Posted by admin on 09.29.2009

    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 increase work performance an average of 22 percent.

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    Fact #19

    Posted by admin on 09.29.2009

    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 $40 million lift to a $1 billion business's bottom line.

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    All Star hopes to save 90 lives

    Posted by admin on 08.15.2009

    STURBRIDGE OFFICE PARK, FISKDALE, MA – On August 6th, 2009, All Star Incentive Marketing partnered with The American Red Cross to break donation records.  The Red Cross traveling "Bloodmobile" was staged in front of All Star's headquarters from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm as All Star employees, and employees from neighboring company Photonis, made donations.  With the collective efforts of All Star's employees, neighbors, friends, and family a total of 30 units were collected while additional volunteers were waiting in the wings to help out.  According to The American Red Cross, each unit can save approximately 3 lives.

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    BIG Loss at All Star is a GAIN for Worcester County Food Bank

    Posted by admin on 07.17.2009

    STURBRIDGE OFFICE PARK, FISKDALE, MA –   For two months employees of All Star Incentive Marketing worked hard to take the weight off in order to help those individuals and families faced with a difficult choice between putting food on the table or paying expenses.  On Friday, All Star delivered their collective weight loss of 152.25lbs in food and grocery products to the Worcester County Food Bank. This donation was the end result of All Star’s Biggest Loser Competition.
    Every Thursday for eight weeks, participants reported to the in-office fitness facility for their official weigh-in. At weigh-in, the individual and the team with the largest weight loss, based on percentage of weight loss, was revealed. In the days following each weigh-in, employees were asked to bring in the food equivalent of their weight loss, which was constructed into a food pyramid in All Star’s foyer.  This pyramid served as a constant reminder of the personal accomplishments of All Star’s employees, and their collective goal to help feed hungry people living in Central Massachusetts.  To keep employees motivated, points were awarded in the companies’ internal rewards program on a weekly basis, and at the close of the program based on weight-loss percentage.

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    All Star Incentive Marketing - Thinking Big for its Clients

    Posted by admin on 07.06.2009

    STURBRIDGE OFFICE PARK, FISKDALE, MA – All Star Incentive Marketing, Macy’s and Sharp Electronics were thinking big – really big – when it came time to develop a plan for the Macy’s Summer mattress sale.

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