Perks.com Releases New eBook Debunking the Myth that Cash is King in the Workplace

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Do cash rewards improve employee engagement? Employee Rewards and Recognition leader, Perks, shares expertise in engaging workers with a combination of cash and non-cash incentives.

Cover of Perks eBook Cash is Not King

New Perks eBook, Cash is Not King

Choice-based incentives are the right thing for an organization and help bring focus to a program. Do the RIGHT things RIGHT and you will have a lot to celebrate.

Perks, a global incentives and loyalty marketing company introduced a new eBook today that challenges the idea that staff members are solely motivated by cash rewards. Cash is Not King answers the question of why so many reward programs fail to incent employees to perform better. In this eBook, Perks analyzes different approaches to reward programs and shares best practices for creating alternative choice-based plans.

The eBook is now available for download on the Perks Resource Center page. Click here to download Cash is Not King.

Industry speaker, CPIM professional and Perks VP - Chief Employee Strategist, Louise Anderson says, “For as long as I can remember my mantra has been, ‘Do the right things well and the rest will take care of itself!’ Choice-based incentives are the right thing for an organization and help bring focus to a program. Do the RIGHT things RIGHT and you will have a lot to celebrate.”

About Perks
Perks provides global services and software that motivate, recognize and reward the people who matter most to your business. With a listing on the Salesforce AppExchange and a global user base exceeding 7.5 million users, Perks takes the guesswork out of Rewards and Recognition programs. When you partner with Perks, we ensure that you receive the right services, infrastructure and processes to streamline program administration and increase engagement. To learn more or to request a demo, visit Perks.com.

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