"We’re honoured to once again make HRO Today’s ‘Baker’s Dozen.’
New York (PRWEB) September 05, 2014
Rideau Recognition Solutions today announced that HRO Today magazine has once more named the company to its “Baker’s Dozen” list of elite suppliers. This marks the seventh such time HRO Today’s survey of executive purchasers of recognition products and services have singled out Rideau for excellence.
HRO Today is an important voice on human resources issues. Its readers are senior executives who desire unparalleled learning, meeting, and networking experiences on corporate responsibility, human resources, and financial management.
In ranking recognition providers, editors analyzed responses from buyers in three categories: service breadth, deal sizes, and quality. A predetermined algorithm then filtered results to calculate scores in each category as well as an overall score. Rideau earned particularly high marks for its breadth of services.
"We’re honoured to once again make HRO Today’s ‘Baker’s Dozen.’ Nothing is more important to us than creating products and services that help customers create healthy, productive workplaces,” said Peter Hart, President and CEO of Rideau Recognition Solutions.
Dozens of Global 1000 companies already leverage Rideau's proven advantages for creating better workplaces. Current clients include Boeing, Intel, Oracle, The Royal Bank of Canada, TD Bank, Molson Canada, and Liberty Mutual, among others.
"At Rideau, our aim is to give clients a perfectly tailored blend of recognition solutions that motivate employees to deliver outstanding performances. In the end, that’s the only measure that matters," Hart said.
About Rideau Recognition Solutions
Rideau provides market-leading recognition and rewards solutions and cloud computing technologies to Global 2000 employers worldwide to boost revenues, manage employer costs, increase employee performance and exceed customer expectations. Privately held with headquarters in Montreal and offices in New York City, Paris and Bangalore, Rideau celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2012. Rideau is named after Rideau Hall; the capital city residence of Canada’s Governor General since 1867 and Canada’s equivalent to America’s White House. Find more information about the company at http://www.rideau.com