Reward and Recognition

The importance of rewarding your employees in the moment

Whether it’s a small token of gratitude or something more significant, it feels good to be rewarded for our efforts and achievements at work. But timing is everything, and timely recognition is arguably as important as the ‘thank you’ itself. Being thanked in the moment...

Why offering reward choice is the best way to say ‘thank you’

Feeling appreciated at work is incredibly important to employees’ levels of motivation, productivity and engagement. In fact, according to Gallup, employees who do not feel adequately recognised are twice as likely to say they'll quit their current role within the next year.  That’s why employee rewards...

Why employees need both financial and non-financial rewards

By now, it’s common knowledge that employees need to be fairly recognised and rewarded for their contributions and successes in the workplace in order for them to fully engage with their role and organisation, be inspired to push their boundaries and go the extra mile....

How to make recognition personal in a virtual world

For recognition to have an impact on your employees, it’s so important that it's delivered in a personal way. A simple “thank you” message delivered online, while nice to receive, isn’t always as significant and meaningful as when it’s said in person. This means that...

Celebrate your team when it matters most with valuable Christmas rewards

We believe that businesses should always strive to deliver memorable rewards to their employees that truly cater to the individual, especially at the end of the year. By doing this, your employees will feel more valued, appreciated and, of course, be more likely to start...

Why communicating your business’ ‘why’ is key to employee engagement

Understanding your business’ purpose and mission is key to creating engaged employees and a unified workforce. Individuals who understand how their actions contribute to the bigger picture will not only feel a sense of shared ownership over their business but be more fulfilled as individuals....

Why your business should be focusing on employee voice

Many businesses often forget that communication with their employees should be two-way and neglect a key enabler of employee engagement - employee voice. But building a work culture which supports employee voice is key to ensuring your team members are motivated to reach their potential...