Extraordinary Companies Attract Extraordinary People
Updated: Nov 28, 2020
The future of corporate America lies in attracting and developing a culture of talent. Retaining top performers and preparing them to take over the reins in the next decade is a key investment.
As Gen Z and Millennials dominate the workforce, companies must build the corporate citizens of tomorrow.
It will be impossible to attract, train, and maintain talent without appropriate people programs that create an extraordinary employee experience through…
1. Rewards & Recognition Programs
2. Multi-Channel Incentives
3. Technology Innovation
4. MotivActional Meetings
5. Defined Corporate Values
EXTRAORDINARY COMPANIES SEE RECOGNITION AS AN ART
Outstanding leadership see elaborate, well-designed rewards and recognition programs as an investment in their future.
Receiving recognition is a primary human need. We all desire to know that we make a difference and that our contributions matter.
Rewards reflect exceptional leadership and the values of an organization at large.
Meaningful milestones deserve memorable recognition and rewards that match the effort and achievement.
People will go where they feel valued.
There is a major emotional difference between being recognized and rewarded.
Accomplishments take many forms and so should recognition.
EXTRAORDINARY COMPANIES UNDERSTAND PAIN POINTS
High employee turnover leads to lost customers, lost profits, and business failure.
Attracting top talent is the difference between profit or loss.
Outdated reward models like pictures, plaques, and pizza are no longer effective.
People programs should inspire, motivate, and launch corporate values and goals into action for the highest possible outcome.
By design, corporate reward programs bolster company culture, create stronger bonds between vendors and employers, executives, and employees, and generate a sense of purpose.
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