Construction has Begun!

Last week crews started digging and demolishing a portion of the Royal Recognition warehouse to make room for bigger and better things. We’ve hired the best in the business, MSI General Contractors, to help us integrate the existing space with our vision for the future.

Looking towards the loading dock

Looking towards the loading dock

The first phase of the project is a 35,000 square foot warehouse expansion including adding an additional loading bay to alleviate congestion on our busiest days.

Crews dig new drainage ditches around the building while admiring the Muskego water tower from inside the original loading dock.

Crews dig new drainage ditches around the building while admiring the Muskego water tower from inside the original loading dock

The second phase will come with a large office expansion making room for more desks, work spaces and most importantly–Recognition Professionals to keep up with our growing client base.

Stay tuned for exciting progress updates and additional photos!

Royal Recognition Heading to 2013 Wisconsin SHRM Conference

Exhibit Hall

From October 9th through the 10th, Royal Recognition is heading to the 2013 Wisconsin SHRM State Conference in La Crosse.  Hundreds of diverse companies from all over the state will join RRI at this event to reach a wide range of human resource professionals.

Employee reward programs are essential to employee engagement. According to WorldatWork, a nonprofit human resources association: “To keep these valued employees from searching for greener pastures, firms must address their employee engagement challenges and focus on reward programs that have the most impact on retention.” At the WISHRM Conference, Royal Recognition will demonstrate how reward programs assist companies to ensure current employees are pleased with their position, and thus be less likely to look for new opportunities in an advancing economy.

Come meet Royal Recognition: one of the few companies in the industry to offer both Service Award, On the Spot and Peer-to-Peer Recognition Programs alongside promotional items and incentive rewards. Royal Recognition offers a wide range of services that keep employees motivated to work hard, and ultimately be more satisfied with their employers.

Can’t wait until October? Drop us a line today at sales@royalrec.com!

Royal Recogntion Facts, Part 1

Shown left to right: Walker & Wille

In honor of Royal Recognition turning the big 3-0, we present you with part one of RRI Facts:

  • We began in 1983 as a family owned and operated business and remain that way to this day
  • Our clients range from businesses with 10 employees to 100,000+, proving that no organization is too large or too small to appreciate its employees
  • We started out as two separate businesses – one did promotional items & one service awards – and merged to become a total recognition solution
  • We have the capability to do our own embroidery, glass etching, machine engraving, sublimation printing, and die stuck pins in-house
  • Royal has been a certified Woman Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) since its inception
  • The principles we were founded upon are the same we operate by today
  • In 2013, our headquarters is expanding an additional 35,000 square feet to include several more workspaces, an additional conference room and more
  • Our service award catalogs offer unparalleled variety and well-known brand names such as Sony, Waterford Crystal, TaylorMade, Trek Bicycles, Bosch tools and others
  • Our office mascots are Walker (shown above on left) & Willie (right), two beautiful and very friendly retired Samoyed show dogs
  •  We annually donate a large sum of our business’ income to charitable organizations such as the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Elmbrook Humane Society, Froedtert Hospital Foundation and several others in our community

New Whitepaper: The Finer ‘Points’ of Employee Recognition Programs

Be informed on the differences between ‘points-based’ and ‘traditional’ Service Award Programs by downloading our latest white paper: The Finer ‘Points’ of Employee Recognition Programs

Creating Culture Through TeamworkStill have looming questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us via e-mail or phone, or leave a comment below.

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