George Dixon
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George Dixon

This is a guest post by George Dixon, Associate Director of Consultancy, Reward Gateway.

Diving into the nitty-gritty of developing a company-wide employee recognition strategy can feel overwhelming at the best of times. Add in the pressure to meet both expectations and budget while delivering an R&R experience that is easy to understand, while making it consistent, fair and equal for all, and it may seem daunting.

If only there was a step-by-step process to follow to make it easier… right? Every organization is different so there really is no such thing as a one-size-fits all approach.

But partnering with over 2,000 companies has taught the Reward Gateway team a thing or two about the fundamentals of building a recognition-rich company culture, as well as a program that your employees will love.

In this blog post, you’ll uncover how to build a long-lasting reward and recognition program, by gaining employee feedback, introducing a tiered approach and involving employees in decisions along the way to create a centralized hub for your organization to help you reach your goals. Head to the Reward Gateway blog to learn more:

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