Matching Incentive Promotions to Partner Personality Types

WorkStride

When it comes to the incentives that motivate us to work harder, we tend to respond differently based on our personalities. Sure, most of us greatly appreciate a generous bonus, commission or restaurant gift card in response to our achievements. Those same principles should apply as you’re designing the channel incentive promotions that are likely to motivate the people working for your partners, distributors, dealers, and others in the channel.

Is “Annual Incentive” a Contradiction in Terms?

Compensation Cafe

Many organizations rely on pay for performance programs to help drive employee behavior. In the best cases, these schemes are designed to differentiate among performance levels, rewarding effort and results with annual merit pay increases and other annual incentives.

Talent and HR News Weekly Update: Employee Recognition Trends

exaqueo

“People work for money but go the extra mile for recognition praise and rewards.” This week’s curated articles will get you thinking more about employee recognition and its link back to productivity, retention and more. 1) Trends in Employee Recognition from HR Trend Institute Employee recognition programs, once considered a “nice” but non-essential component of human resources, have changed dramatically over the past five years.

Why you should identify your employees’ intrinsic and extrinsic motivators

Achievers

Savvy employers understand the difference between intrinsic and external (extrinsic) motivators and develop engagement programs that recognize and reward employees for exercising the right behaviors and aligning with company goals. A motivated employee is more likely to go beyond minimum work expectations, deliver high-quality work, and seek out new challenges. The rewards are tangible and often monetary, like pay increases, new benefits, bonuses, or promotions.

Cafe Classic: Unions, Recognition and Employee Engagement

Compensation Cafe

Editor's Note: Today's Classic features Derek Irvine with some data and insights about the importance of employee engagement - even (and some might argue especially) in a union environment. In today’s workplace, unions still have power when they need to step in for employee rights.

Ways to reward and recognize your employees this Labor Day

PeopleStrategy

A popular holiday for the final vacation of the summer, but also a great opportunity to promote – or debut – your reward and recognition programs. Understanding the formula for successful employee recognition programs.

1% of Payroll: The Magic Number For Social Recognition Investment

Globoforce

Why do some recognition programs take off with widespread adoption, while others struggle to gain traction or make an impact? The problem is not that some work cultures don’t need recognition – appreciation is a basic human need. What about “free recognition” or “e-thanks”?

8 Influential Employee Engagement Trends for 2019

Bonusly

Employee engagement will be one of the most important differentiators for organizations in 2019, and it’s an issue that nearly every organizational leader has thought about recently. It’s the emotional commitment an employee has to their role, their organization, and stakeholders.

The Best Features of a High-Performance Engagement and Retention Strategy

CakeHR

At the same time, businesses of all kinds have started to struggle with employee engagement. The reality, however, is that poor employee engagement is a common problem in every industry, despite the many attempts made to improve it. Employee health. Focus on Employee Recognition.

Three Tips to Make Employee Engagement Programs More Effective

Bonfyre

This article was originally published on HR Tech Outlook under the title “ 3 Tips to Make Micro-Recognition More Effective In Employee Engagement Programs ”. Employee performance is, and always has been, rooted in social interaction and the primal human desire for belonging. These “micro-recognition” moments occur as informal, real-time exchanges of social praise and feedback, performed by employees and leaders alike. Blog Engagement Recognition

Annual Performance Reviews Aren’t Dead, but They Do Need New Life

Capterra

Close to two-thirds of employees and managers agree that the typical annual performance review process is outdated and ineffective—contributing to a poor employee experience. What should change: Incorporate better sources of performance data. Social employee recognition.

Is Pay a Critical Part of Culture or Not?

Compensation Cafe

Employees that took that survey were asked to rate the three most important attributes of workplace culture. The number one answer from 50% of those employees: pay. But for the most part, I am surprised that so many employees point to pay as the most important part of culture.