Archive 03 - 2016

Improving Health and Safety at Work Through Peer Recognition

Connecting health and safety policies with workplace best practice Health and safety regulatory requirements affect every workplace in some way, but many employees are not making the connection between policies and good practice in their daily working lives.

Posted in Health and Safety Programmes, Health and Wellbeing, Incentive and Recognition, Employee Recognition, Gifts and Rewards

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Applying Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory to HR Responsibilities

Putting workplace theories into practice When Abraham Maslow created his Hierarchy of Needs, he argued that humans are motivated by five essential needs: physiological, safety, social, self-esteem ...

Posted in Employee Retention, Positive Workplace Culture, Incentive and Recognition

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The How, What and Why: Customer Expectations of Loyalty Programmes

Are you giving your customers a loyalty programme they'll use? In a time when customers are on a constant hunt for both quality and value — loyalty programmes are still very much alive and well. 83% ...

Posted in Consumer Promotions and Loyalty, Customer Loyalty, Loyalty Platforms

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Employee Recognition Programmes - What Are They, and Why Should You Bother?

Making the most of your most important asset: people If you’re looking to build a culture and working environment based on employee appreciation, then implementing a formalised employee recognition ...

Posted in Recognising Success, Workplace Engagement, Incentive and Recognition, Employee Recognition, Recognition Platforms

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Why the Boots Advantage Card Works So Well

Learn a few tips from one of the finest loyalty cards around The UK’s leading chemist, Boots, launched their Advantage Card in 1997. This loyalty card was, and still is, one of the most generous ...

Posted in Consumer Promotions and Loyalty, Customer Loyalty, Loyalty Platforms

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