Employee rewards build company culture

Is your company effectively promoting leadership capabilities within your company? If not, it might be worth looking at how your recognition program might contribute to this goal.

Ingredients for a good rewards program

New research has identified the core features of a successful customer loyalty program, with personalised incentives and tiered membership important for engaging with customers.

Getting your B2B relationship right

Is your business to business sales strategy product focussed or is it building greater loyalty with your client organisations?

Do your employees really know what they want?

Do you really understand what motivates your staff? Because recent research has suggested that your employees aren’t really sure themselves.

What motivates your travel rewards?

Do you understand the target audience for your travel rewards? If not, you may not be getting the most from your travel program.

How do you get the right people to your next conference?

Do you have a plan to get the right attendees to your conference? If not, you might find it difficult to get the most valuable business outcomes from your event.

Study: Prepaid Visa cards have the best ROI

Prepaid cards are becoming more popular within incentive programs, with a recent survey finding that 70 per cent of companies implementing these rewards.

Do your incentives appeal across generations?

Does your incentives program account for differences in the age of your employees or channel partners? If not, it may not be working as effectively as possible.

Why is employee recognition valuable?

Employee recognition has a range of benefits, from greater engagement to improving business outcomes. So how can you be sure your employee recognition is working well?

Are you delivering an omni-channel customer experience?

Is your company pursuing an omni-channel approach to customer service? If not, you aren’t alone – many Australian firms are not engaging with their customers effectively.