Revamp your end-of-year 'thank-yous'

61% of UK employees feel truly appreciated when they are rewarded at the end of the year.

Appreciated employees are more likely to be engaged, motivated and perform better.

Getting it right for every employee in a diverse workforce can be a daunting task. However, there are ways of making it easier, less time consuming and more personalised for your people.

Our new eBook will help you to understand:

  • 6 steps to planning and executing effective end-of-year recognition and reward
  • Insight into what employees really think about end-of-year reward
  • How to keep momentum going from Q4 to Q1 2020


Download it here >

Author: Andy Philpott | Category: Whitepaper | 11/09/2019 | 0

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