HR 2015 Planning & Employee Recogniton

October 17, 2014 Perks WW Employee

HR PlanningImagine yourself walking into work tomorrow morning-Starbucks or selected drink in hand, just waiting to see what’s next to unfold in your never-ending list of unread e-mails, voice messages …you name it.

Sounds like a normal day, right?

Odds are, you may have a sinking feeling in your stomach at times, coffee stained papers scattered throughout, and at least 5 different HR disasters you’re trying to mend, but there’s a reason you do what you do. You probably enjoy interacting with people, and perhaps you don’t mind a healthy challenge every now and then.

The majority of your job is dealing with people. People have feelings, are subjective, and not as easy to understand or manage compared to black and white checklists. They also happen to be what make or break your organization- you more than anyone understand the value of satisfied, engaged, and thus productive employees.

As an HR professional, you may feel like you are the constant middleman or woman. Balancing your company’s ultimate success on both shoulders while bridging the gap between management and employees is no easy task. With that said, making sure your company’s employees are happy may sometimes end up on the back burner compared to other tasks such as: recruiting, benefits management, hiring procedures, coordinating training methods, or tracking federal and state laws.

It’s easy to feel bewildered.

When making those strategic HR plans for 2015, keep in mind: how do you define success for your company? What’s the “big picture,” and what are you trying to accomplish? Perhaps you base your definition off of the following elements:

1) number of current qualified employees

2) retention of those qualified employees

3) productivity of those qualified, loyal employees

So, now the question is-what are you doing to make sure your company is meeting your predefined standards of success? If you’re looking for an “all-in-one” solution, look no further.

Consider implementing an employee incentive program platform. In this manner, you can visibly track employee goals and ROI improvements with easy access to dashboards and reports. Not only will you be able drive long-term, sustainable behavior change that supports the business goals of the enterprise, but you will be able to motivate, recognize, and reward the people who matter most to your business. With an incentive program platform, you can implement an employee referral program, making talent acquisition a breeze. Similarly, you can create a training module online for employees, no matter where they are in the world to optimize employee knowledge and reward your people for a job well done-further creating an atmosphere of loyalty and recognition.

 

 

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Perks WW Employee

Engaging employees of various backgrounds, interests, and generations may seem next to impossible. As an employer you want to reward your workers on an individual and meaningful level for reaching business goals, but may not have the time or knowledge to do so. If your organization is suffering in the areas of: retention, attracting new talent, low satisfaction, or safety issues among others, consider partnering with Perks. By pairing our Science of Motivation™ methodology with your unique business needs, our incentive programs have a proven track record of strengthening all areas of employee engagement, most importantly: productivity and ROI. Our programs address your concerns and provide unique employee engagement solutions by rewarding workers based on performance. Whether rewarding an employee for going above and beyond, referring new talent, or taking the necessary steps to prevent workplace accidents, Perks will work with you to design the ultimate incentive program to meet your

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