Rewarding employees within a tight budget is a common challenge in today’s HR climate. Employees want perks and employers want to maintain employee satisfaction and loyalty without going over budget on those employee perks. Here are three ways to reward employees without breaking the bank.
The incentives industry is thriving with 84% of U.S. businesses now using non-cash rewards to recognize and motivate their key audiences. Non-cash rewards come in many forms: from award points, gift cards, incentive travel, to merchandise, and more. In 2015, businesses spent $90 billion for these rewards and sales and employees are the largest audiences targeted when it comes to these non-cash rewards.
We are hearing a lot of talk in the industry about employee perks and how best to satisfy your workforce. We entered a phase of foosballs tables and stocked kitchens, kegs in the office, and unlimited vacation. Perks are great, but there are some simple, concrete and conventional ways to satisfy employees for the long-term, long after the allure of beer and recreation wears off. Here are three elements to keeping your employees satisfied:
We are only about a week away from the 8th Annual Employer Healthcare and Benefits Congress in Washington, D.C. Are you still considering attending? It's not too late (you can even get tickets at the door). There are so many great reasons to attend. Here are our top three reasons to attend EHBC 2016:
GiftCard Partners provides merchants with a customized approach to their B2B gift card business to access to new distribution channels to increase top-line revenue. We sell and market gift cards, helping companies match the right reward to the right program.