As a business owner, you may have no problems finding the motivation to give your 100% every single day. However, it can be difficult to encourage your employees to share the same enthusiasm. If you re having problems with employee morale, you may have some questions about the effectiveness of incentives. Here is how workplace incentive programs will help [ ] The post How Workplace Incentive Programs Will Help You Boost Morale on a Budget appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..
Low employee motivation is a common issue that many businesses face at some point. In fact, some business owners identify low employee morale as a chronic issue for their workplace. If you re looking for a solution to low employee motivation, a rewards points system may do the trick. To ensure that a workplace incentive program [ ] The post How to Set Up a Rewards Points System That Works for You appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..
Business owners often harbor the misconception that a decent salary is enough to motivate employees to do a job well done. Even if you give your 100% in everything you do, it is unreasonable to expect your employees to be the same way. In fact, some of your employees may be the type of people [ ] The post Top 3 Ideas for Employee Recognition appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..
While intrinsic motivation is usually enough to spur business owners to give their 100%, many employees need extrinsic motivation to achieve high levels of productivity. Due to low employee morale, many companies have been turning to offering a performance incentive for employees. If you re thinking about implementing a workplace incentive program to encourage your employees [ ] The post Why You Need a Mobile App for Your Performance Incentive for Employees appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..
Do you really understand how your business customers buy? Our research indicates nearly 50 percent of all B2B purchases will be made on digital platforms by the end of 2015, and expenditures for B2B digital advertising are expected to double by 2018. Our research shows that, on average, a B2B customer will regularly use six [ ] The post Studies on How and Why B2B Customers Are Behaving More Like B2C Consumers appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..
Sales channel purchasing and marketing has the potential to become very systematic and routine in how processes are carried out. A distributor sticks with a certain supplier because they’ve never had a problem with that supplier, for instance, and because it would be a bother to find a new one. But in contemporary marketplaces, in [ ] The post Channel Partners Are More Like Consumers Than You Think appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..