Creative Group and the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) partnered to bring you data on non-monetary incentive and recognition approaches of top-performing technology firms.
High-level findings about employee recognition programs do not report a large statistical difference between top-performing and average-performing tech firms. But what is clear, is that top-performing firms do slightly more. They spend more per employee and report utilizing more program structures.
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Program Structures: Employee Reward & Recognition
Below is a list of reward and recognition program structures organizations might use for employees. Please select the program structures your company utilizes.
Percent of Employee Earning Rewards
What percent of your employees do you expect to earn non-cash rewards (merchandise, gift card, or trip) during 2018?
Which of the options below best describes your company’s approach to budgeting for your employee reward & recognition programs?
Bottom-Up Budgeting: Percent of Payroll for Reward & Recognition
What is the approximate percent of payroll used to calculate reward and recognition investments for your employees?
Average & Top Dollar Values: Award Points, Gift Cards, & Merchandise
Using your best approximation, what are the AVERAGE and TOP reward values for your employee rewards?
Average & Top Dollar Values: Incentive Trips
Do your channel participants have defined sales targets as part of your non-cash incentive program?
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