Are you struggling to find ways to: Boost employee productivity? Increase retention? Improve financial performance? Identify success metrics or measure employee recognition success?
Can you identify why, specifically, you are recognizing employees?
How up to date are your current employee recognition tactics?
Are you aware of current/ongoing employee recognition efforts or how much you currently spend on employee recognition? Do you know how your current recognition efforts tie into your overall strategy?
Do you understand the tax ramifications of your current recognition program(s)?
If any of the questions above left you unsure or scratching your head for answers, you’ve come to the right place.
At QIC, we start by asking, “What are you doing today?” and then synchronizing your current recognition efforts under one umbrella. Then, once we get a clearer picture of your overall strategy and business objectives, we round out your recognition operations by incorporating additional, custom solutions that work in tandem with what is already in place in order to achieve your goals.
The key? Don’t overthink it! Many businesses aren’t even aware that holiday parties or occasional gift card awards already count as recognition, and we are not in the business of trying to overhaul award strategies that work or that employees have come to expect. Instead, we identify strategic opportunities in your current recognition matrix that will synchronize these efforts with your unique goals.
Points to Consider
Employees cite “No appreciation” as their top reason for quitting, outpacing “Unfair compensation” by 350 percent.
Nearly half of employees are currently searching for a new job, and 74 percent of them say they are “actively disengaged” in the workplace.