Rewards and Incentives

Recognition for a job well done is the top motivator of employee performance. Yet managers do not understand or use the potential power of recognition and rewards.

While money is important to employees, what tends to motivate them to perform – and to perform at higher levels – is the thoughtful, personal kind of recognition that signifies true appreciation for a job well done.

Many organisations are unaware of the costs associated with discontented employees, such as poor employee retention, poor safety records, low productivity and absenteeism. It stands to reason, then, that such costs would be reduced when employees have a vested interest in the success of the business.

We offer a series of talks and videos to deal with motivating your staff.

  • Recognition
  • Personal Recognition
  • Non-monetary Rewards
  • Money spent does not necessarily equal value received