Recognising a job well done is important, but it's also imperative to do this in good time. So how can you begin to introduce this behaviour into your current business?
Fancy an office treadmill, running track or rec room carpeted with faux grass? These environments seem fun, but for most offices these kinds of options are not always viable. So how could you introduce this kind of thinking on a smaller scale?
In life, we know to follow the Golden Rule “Do as you would be done by”; simply put ‘treat others as you would want to be treated’. But internally in business this is far too often forgotten.
Have you considered how you could utilise your staff engagement programme to appreciate your staff, this Employee Appreciation Day?
When it comes to making the decision on commencing a recognition programme for your staff, you need to weigh up the pros and cons. But there are a lot of myths that come with making this decision. In this blog, we’re going to dispel some of these un-truths using our own experiences, and show you how easy setting up and running a programme can be.
It’s a great feeling to wake up in the morning and want to go to work, and that’s possible no matter what type of business you’re in. But how can you inspire that in your employees? It's simple and it all starts with YOU!
In an increasingly competitive market, with high price sensitivity and lack of loyalty, it is becoming more and more important for companies in our industry to differentiate.
When staff motivation is at full throttle results show that these highly engaged workers grew businesses up to two and a half times as much as under motivated staff.
Incentive programmes are commonly geared towards increasing sales and market share, though importantly there are many other benefits derived from a carefully planned and executed incentive programme which this article will cover.
Guidance can be found on the HMRC website relating to personal and corporate taxtion and National Insurance contributions.