The new face of Long Service Awards - Latest research report (Whitepaper)

With the death of the ‘job for life’ and average length of employment now in the low single figures, anyone could be forgiven for thinking that, like the carriage clock, Long Service Awards are a relic from another time.

Our research finds the opposite however: Long Service Awards (LSAs) are alive and well. Organisations are as committed to them as ever and see them as an important part of the recognition mix. What’s more, many are thinking hard about how they can make reward more personal, relevant to their employees and effective for their organisations.

In this report we share a snapshot of what organisations are doing around their Long Service Awards as well as five action areas to consider in order to improve their effectiveness.

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Author: Edenred UK | Category: Whitepaper | 19/07/2013 | 0

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