The survey is an effective resource for business leaders looking to benchmark their own employee recognition programs.
Michigan (PRWEB) January 19, 2012
Global employee recognition company Terryberry is pleased to announce the 2012 Terryberry Employee Recognition Survey –a tool that human resource professionals and business leaders large and small can utilize to help gain a better grasp on what industry peers are doing to reward worker excellence and longevity. Designed for companies across the globe, the survey is an excellent resource that allows human resource managers, workers and owners to see the big picture on the kinds of tactics that are being used to motivate and reward valued employees in multiple industries. The survey also furnishes Terryberry with trenchant data on the state of employee recognition worldwide, which helps the leading-edge organization continue to provide excellent motivational products and services to its tens of thousands of clients nationally and internationally.
“The survey is an effective resource for business leaders looking to benchmark their own employee recognition programs,” explains Mike Byam, Managing Partner at Terryberry. “Individuals who participate in the survey get an instant report that compares their employee recognition program with what other businesses are doing. This allows them to adjust their strategies according to the marketplace, and keep pace with their competitors in order to keep their best workers happy, motivated and engaged. It also gives Terryberry valuable data that allows us to continue to offer new programs and services that are relevant to today’s 21st century employment arena. We’re really excited to see what folks are doing out there in 2012.”
The Employee Recognition Survey, which is accessed online via the Terryberry website, is free and available to anyone in the human resources industry, as well as to business owners large or small who take an interest in keeping their staff motivated and involved in company culture and productivity. Information gained from the survey includes the type of recognition programs typically used, the percentage of businesses using social media for recognition strategies, and how top management prioritizes recognition. Interested managers and owners who desire to participate should schedule some time to complete the 10-minute survey in order to access the full report.
Terryberry serves more than 25,000 clients throughout North America, Europe and Australia. Family-owned for four generations, Terryberry specializes in employee appreciation and employee recognition gifts, products and services to keep employees engaged and motivated and companies growing in positive directions. For more information, please visit http://www.terryberry.com.