The appreciation advantage: How to get year-end reward right during the cost-of-living crisis

uploaded on 11 September 2023

Christmas is a great opportunity to say thank you to staff for all their hard work and achievements. Employers need end-of-year reward to have a longer-term impact on employee morale, motivation, and retention that lasts well into the New Year.

Based on fresh research and over 30 years’ experience, our new guide provides answers to the questions we are frequently asked by our customers. How do we get rewards right? What will have the maximum impact? What type of reward will employees appreciate the most? How do our plans compare with what other organisations are doing?

Download the report to discover:

  • Practical solutions on how to make reward relevant
  • Insight and solutions for how to use employee appreciation to address the people challenges faced by most organisations today such as employee retention, engagement, and performance
  • Effective ways to deliver end-of-year reward for dispersed, hybrid, and remote workforces


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