Businesses utilize a variety of means to recognize and laud staff members' hard work, including employee reward programs.
Businesses utilize a variety of means to recognize and laud staff members' hard work, including employee rewards programs.
A recent article in Inc. magazine reminds managers and supervisors to remember the importance of acknowledging workers for a job well done. While much of staff members' labor may be invisible, it is these tasks that keep a company running and are often most missed when someone is absent.
"The most honest [companies] come to recognize their dependence on the gifts and talents of people around them and work hard to diffuse the applause," business expert Margaret Hefferman explains in the magazine. "Great companies are built through collaboration, argument, debate and dissent that take good ideas, test them and stretch them."
Businesses should reward employees who have helped make the company a success in its industry. Such motivational strategies help keep staff members performing at their peak continue to move firms toward the future.
Recognition can come in the form of verbal accolades or more concrete rewards programs. It's up to businesses to decide what is the most appropriate for workers and the firm.