Announcing the Guide to Employee Service Awards, a Step-by-Step How-to Guide for Companies Starting a Service Recognition Program

Select-Your-Gift, a leading provider of Employee Recognition, announced the availability of a must-have resource for Human Resource Managers and Business Owners wanting to start a successful Service Recognition Program in their company. Greg Kern, an expert in Service Awards, and the joint founder of Select-Your-Gift, prepared this Guide to answer many of the common questions HR Managers and Business Owners have as they begin planning their own Service Recognition program.

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Guide to starting an Employee Service Awards Program

Guide to Employee Service Awards

Oak Brook, IL (PRWEB) September 19, 2012

When planning a new Employee Service Recognition Program, Select-Your-Gift found that many organizations didn’t know where to begin, and expressed the need for a simple guide covering the entire topic.

This complete guide provides the tools and information needed to plan, define, and get internal support for an effective Service Award Program using the best practices in use today.

Starting with a brief history of Service Awards, this guide explains the value and benefits of Employee Service Recognition Programs. Based on Select-Your-Gift’s extensive experience with clients across the country, the guide describes current trends and best practices in service recognition in our changing workforce.

Additional topics include: which milestones to recognize, awards that work best, setting your budget, and how to present awards to employees. It even covers the sensitive but important topic of whether you should Catch-Up recently missed milestones when starting your program.

This is a great resource to have when starting a new Service Awards Program, updating an existing program, or just to learn more about this important recognition program.


Contact

  • Greg Kern
    gkern@select-your-gift.com
    630-954-1287
    Email