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Does Your Safety Program Pass Inspection?

Safety on a construction site isn’t just a secondary concern to keep an eye on – it’s absolutely essential. Presumably no one wants to get injured (or worse), but that’s exactly what is risked every time an employee is lax with safety protocols. What can be done to change that indifferent attitude toward safety that […]

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New Data: Social Platform Multiplies Recognition Moments by a Factor of 5.32

Hundreds of employee engagement stats come out after the new year but these numbers usually tell the same story:  Employees say they don’t get enough recognition from management and managers say they already give a lot of praise and don’t have time to give more.  Unfortunately this is where the conversation usually ends. But here […]

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Solving the Construction Industry’s Retention Issues With Employee Recognition

The construction industry has been faced with a persistent challenge for years—high employee turnover. In the latest Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the construction industry had the second-highest employee turnover rate at 5.6%, which amounted to 418,000 separations in September 2019.  The growing construction labor shortage stems from […]

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3-Minute Demo of AwardPoints, Terryberry’s Performance-Based Points System

Learn how AwardPoints, Terryberry’s points awarding system is a natural fit for performance recognition of any type in this 3-minute demo video.

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New Case Study: Recognition Builds Community at Chelsea Groton Bank

Chelsea Groton Bank wanted to provide staff with more recognition of day-today contributions. They also wanted their recognition program to reinforce their company culture and strengthen their internal brand. Learn about their solution.

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Terryberry’s Recognition Mailbox Gets a Major Overhaul in the 3.0 Release

Recognition Mailbox 3.0 collects and shares success data from virtually any external source.  Terryberry says clients can now “Systematically recognize anything!”

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National Boss’s Day!

It’s National Boss’s Day this October the 16th. What do you do on National Boss’s Day? Celebrate your awesome bosses, of course. It’s time to recognize your boss and supervisor for all the guidance they give you. However, it’s not always easy for bosses to recognize and reward their employees. Sometimes it’s difficult for bosses […]

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2020 Vision: How to Review your Employee Rewards and Recognition Strategy

If your organization has an employee recognition program, we know that this time of year you may be asking yourself, “how is it going?”  We asked Alex and Jared for their advice on how to conduct a review for rewards and recognition programs.  Check out their top 5 “Recognition Program Review” questions.   Find out what areas to focus on for improvement in 2020.

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New Case Study: Financial solutions company promotes core values through employee recognition

Freedom Financial Network wanted to improve employee retention within their call center environment where their workforce is made up of 60% millennials and rapidly growing in size, from 550 employees in 2013 to 2,200 in 2019. They also wanted to create a more formal recognition program that was easier to administer and nurtured a deep connection for their staff with their 4 core values: Care, Act with Integrity, Get Better, and Collaborate.

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Why Corporate Recognition Awards Must be More Than “Gifts”

Imagine you’ve contributed 20 years of your career to an organization about which you care deeply. You are proud of this organization, proud of what it stands for, and proud of what you’ve accomplished there. Now then, let’s imagine this organization has a recognition program in place to honor employee service milestones, like 20 years of service.  Your employer presents you with a congratulatory packet in recognition of your 20 years of service.   It feels good to be acknowledged! What’s the best way to make that moment of recognition something to be remembered for months or years to come?

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