Posted by Mickey Arledge on 7/31/2013
When it comes to incentivizing employees to continue exceeding expectations and giving their all, there are many ways to do it. You could give them a raise or bonus, a simple compliment, put a note on their desk, or use recognition plaques and employee awards to really impress them. However, money is one of the most common types of employee incentives. Although it is simple and convenient, it has some serious downsides. First of all, jealousy and bitter feelings might arise from one employee being given a bonus or raise while the others feel under-compensated. Although this is true for many methods of recognition, it can be easier when money is not involved. Plus, an employee is likely to forget about a raise or bonus at some point after cashing their check or withdrawing from their account. With plaques and awards, they are likely to hold on to (and remember) recognition for years to come. Finally, recognition plaques and employee awards show that you truly care and go the extra length to reward staff members.
Posted by Mickey Arledge on 7/26/2013
after many years of service for one company deserves recognition and reward. Along
with a celebration event, you may want to recognize the individual with a
retirement award for their dedication and hard work. Retirement plaques and
long service awards are gifts that the retiree will appreciate for many years
to come. However, the wording may be different depending on your relationship
to the individual.
Sales are very important in every single business. All areas of a given business are important, but sales teams work hard to keep products moving and the cash flowing. Sales can be a very difficult job for some employees. If you don’t take the time to recognize the hard work that your sales team puts forth, morale can go down and some employees may opt to look for other jobs. This is why recognition of your employees’ efforts is so very important. One great way to show your employees that you recognize their hard work is through sales achievement awards and plaques. Having employee plaques not only shows your sales team that you recognize their hard work, but it can motivate them to work even harder.
Posted by Mickey Areldge on 7/18/2013
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Posted by Mickey Arledge on 7/15/2013
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professional name tags you give every one of your employees and volunteers may
help them feel like they are involved in your company or organization, but may
not suffice as the only way to make them feel important. If you run a small
business or busy organization, you are probably extremely grateful for the
service and time your volunteers have put towards furthering your
organization’s success. You may not have the funds to pay them but you can
still thank them formally for their efforts. Presenting your volunteers with a
plaque that validates their hard work will help them feel appreciated and
satisfied with the experience they had working with you.
Posted by Mickey on 7/12/2013
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In many different projects that are undertaken, there are usually
a lot of people involved. Some projects would never be completed without the
extra efforts of certain individuals. These individuals may or may not be paid
employees of those who were running the project. So how can you really show
your appreciation for people who give of their time, effort, and even money
without expecting anything in return? Volunteer recognition plaques can be a
great way to recognize those who have put forth great effort in completing your
project. These awards look beautiful, last for years, and can be a great way to
give something back to a volunteer.
It is a competitive world out there. Businesses are fighting for a piece of the market and need to find ways to foster relationships with vendors, employees and sales staff. Showing your appreciation with business plaques and sales achievement awards and plaques are great ways to keep your business relationships strong.
Posted by Mickey Arledge on 7/8/2013
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Receiving an award is very exciting no matter what age you are. Awards are a great way to recognize someones effort, to reward an athletic team, or to just show appreciation for an employee or a volunteer on a particular project. Despite what you may think, not every award is exactly the same. You probably have a few choices when it comes to places to get the awards that you are thinking of. If you ever plan on investing in some custom acrylic awards, you should know what to look for: true customization, quality materials, and a reasonable price. The recipient will likely be grateful for any rewards or plaques you give, but that shouldn't keep you from getting something of good quality.
Posted by Mickey Arledge on 7/4/2013
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