Supporting Employee Performance Through Reward and Incentives (Whitepaper)

Whether it is a reward for great customer service, an incentive for coming up with new ideas or simply recognition for loyalty, giving thanks to employees with a gift is a common tactic in organisations of all types and sizes.

Regardless of your motivation for giving the reward, it is critical that your investment of time, money and effort is delivering a benefit for the business.

Based on new research among those responsible for reward and incentives in public and private sector organisations of all sizes conducted by Edenred in July 2013, this whitepaper examines the five common areas organisations can focus on to ensure reward and incentives are truly making a difference.

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Author: Edenred UK | Category: Whitepaper | 13/08/2013 | 0

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