Companies are always in search of reward and recognition ideas for their employee incentive programs. Smart companies seek out effective reward and recognition ideas that improve some aspect of their company in a measurable way. Traditionally, reward programs aim to increase sales. But some companies found that increasing sales only worked in the short-term. Increasing QUALITY [ ] The post The Five Most Unexpectedly Effective Reward and Recognition Ideas appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..
http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/3147917 Gartner Says Customer Data Has Monetary Value but Many Organizations Ignore It Many organizations do not manage customer data as a corporate asset, and the monetary value of that data is often ignored, according to Gartner, Inc. Let s work together to create your custom incentive plan ! Contact Us: The post These Facts Reveal the Future of Sales Channel Customer Data appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..
In channel sales, you’re often out of touch with the suppliers, customers, and end-users who matter most. You need customer data to fix that, especially when you go to market through sales channel distribution. A B2B customer loyalty program can help you motivate channel partners to submit purchase information that helps you build up accurate, [ ] The post How to Get Customer Data from B2B Loyalty Programs appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..
You ve heard of them, have likely seen them in action, and perhaps have even implemented incentives for employees in your own organization. These incentives can range from a premium parking spot to a brand new company car to park in that spot. Businesses have used incentives in an effort to reach short-term business goals and [ ] The post Do Incentives for Employees Really Equate to Increased Productivity? appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..
http://theirf.org/research/2015-landmark-study-participant-award-experience-preferences/1619/ Out of 452 respondents, 99% had a unique set of preferences – different from every other person in the study. The study found that on average the most preferred award experience for large awards is a travel award, presented by travel executives, communicated in a public announcement, and combined with the opportunity for special [ ] The post Research to Help Prevent Employee Engagement Program Mistake appeared first on Loyaltyworks, Inc..