As managers wrap up performance reviews and the end of the year approaches, many of them consider rewarding employees with a special token of appreciation. But does it work?
Experts tell us that individuals appreciate a personal touch. If you are going to give a reward, it has to be meaningful and targeted to that individual. You also have to be budget conscious of course. The goal is to give the employee something that is perceived more valuable than what it cost you. Something that shows you thought of them as valuable individuals.
But how do you know what they want? This can be a challenge. You might want to find a rewards program that gives your employees a valuable gift they can choose themselves, without you revealing the amount you paid for it directly.
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