7 Employee recognition ideas that’ll work like a charm!

SurveySparrow

While money is usually considered as the usual motivating quotient, that is not always the case and there are a hundred other ways for you to keep your employees satisfied where their efforts for the betterment of your company are being rewarded. . Employee recognition idea #1: .

Employee Recognition: Picking Up The Pieces

Dave's Weekly Thought

Case Study #1: A Story of Manipulation Employee A (Let's call him Carl) had worked for Company X (let's call it Pied Piper ) for a calendar year. Employee Recognition would be leveraged as part of the Performance Management system. Carl asked each of his colleagues to send him a recognition through their peer to peer system. Within a week, Carl shot to the top of Recognition Leaderboard. Make the Great Place to Work list and Senior Managers receive a bonus.

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.