EIM Provides “Plug and Play” Appreciation Programs for Employees and Associates During Hectic Season

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Sharing the spirit of the season with employees, partners and customers during the holidays has never been so easy. Excellence In Motivation (EIM) is proud to announce its 2004 Holiday Gift program, which handles all aspects of presenting associates with holiday gifts, from sourcing the merchandise through in-house customer service.

Sharing the spirit of the season with employees, partners and customers during the holidays has never been so easy. Excellence In Motivation (EIM) is proud to announce its 2004 Holiday Gift program, which handles all aspects of presenting associates with holiday gifts, from sourcing the merchandise through in-house customer service.

EIM offers turnkey service for holiday gift programs. Catalogs can be customized for the company with a logo-identified cover and point list. Merchandise items, including leading national retail gift certificates, are drop-shipped to arrive to employees quickly. In-house customer service handles employee questions.

“Specializing in award sourcing and fulfillment that fits every budget, EIM’s merchandise professionals will compose an array of merchandise with a variety of choices to allow employees the opportunity to select something they want or need,” says Paul Hebert, Executive Director of Client Solutions Development. Offering a Holiday Gift is an easy and cost effective way to help retention and company loyalty, as well as increase employee morale.”

In a recent Xylo survey, 40% of workers reported having an increased loyalty to their employer due to holiday gifts.*

This holiday solution is most cost effective for companies with at least 500 employees. Companies interested in developing a holiday gift program for the 2004 holiday season should contact EIM by November 1 to ensure your program is produced before the holidays.

Contact Amy Maggart at (937) 824-8193 for more information.

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