The single most significant cause of motivation problems can be a lack of basic day-to-day recognition. Taking recognition seriously can soon have a major impact on the effectiveness of your business. A Guide to Non-Cash Reward takes the reader through the different types of recognition and teaches you how to implement recognition programmes. With key learning points from public and private sector organizations, it gives valuable advice on: the value of recognition, how and when you should recognize people, use of non-cash rewards, prizes and gifts to incentivize, costs and budgeting, how to implement strategies, pitfalls to avoid. With case studies from powerful international companies, A Guide to Non-Cash Reward is an essential read at a time when salaries are under pressure and staff are more important than ever.... 2009). Some public sector organizations have sought to help address this with non-cash incentives. Royal Mail had a problem with absence, particularly with postal workers in sorting offices. ... Firefighters who attain 100 per cent attendance in a year are entered into a prize draw for a Honda Jazz car. There is also a draw for Ap1, 000 ($1, 500) for 100 per cent 120 a Guide to Non-casiriirih Reward.
|Title||:||A Guide to Non-Cash Reward|
|Publisher||:||Kogan Page Publishers - 2011-02-03|