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Ceridian offers Four Guidelines for Rewarding and Recognizing Employees

Posted Thursday, January 2, 2014 3:46 pm

Managers and supervisors know employees look for recognition. Yet they sometimes struggle with just how to praise appreciated employees. A Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Globoforce survey on employee recognition programs found that a successful employee recognition program helps an entire organization achieve its goals. Moreover, by developing an effective rewards program, managers can better reach employees and facilitate individual growth, development and engagement.


Developing a rewards and recognition program might seem daunting and time-consuming, but with the right approach and the right tools, decision-makers can create an effective rewards system for their employees that will help the company reach its goals and improve engagement and productivity.


Four tips for designing a rewards and recognition program


  1. Advance company values


When thinking about your recognition program, consider how it will advance your company's values. For example, if you, as a company, strive to provide excellent customer service, create an award that recognizes such performance in your own employees.


A recognition program formed around core values brings awareness to company values, helps advance those values and engages employees around your values.  Read more.

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