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As people use social media more and more in their daily interactions with clients, vendors and co-workers, the use online recognition programs has skyrocketed to a whopping 66% of 86% of all U.S. organizations that have a recognition program in place according to WorldatWork‘s 2011 “Trends in Employee Recognition Survey.”
Knowing your workforce is key as “e-recognition also fits certain environments better than others” states Kathleen Koster of Employee Benefits News. If your company has several satellite offices or an employee base peppered about the globe, online recognition is the easiest way to keep engagement high. Social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+ are accessible at any time and are already somewhat familiar to your staff. A simple tweet in thanks for a job well done from your superior goes a long way in the face of recognition. In addition, it is easier for co-workers on the same level to publicly acknowledge each other.
The most engaged workforces tend to use a combination of traditional award programs and online. A virtual pat on the back is no substitute for a physical reward for 20 years of service! Allow Royal Recognition to customize an on the spot and peer-to-peer program built to your company’s needs. Paired with our world-class service award programs we offer a complete online engagement solution created for specifically for you. To find out more, contact email@example.com.