Businesses are reopening to a new normal, and “Going to Work” looks different from what we are used to. For some, it means working from a kitchen table while kids learn online nearby. Others practice social distancing in the workplace with a whole new set of protocols and procedures. Job descriptions are being changed significantly for […]
The Coronavirus has temporarily altered workplaces around the world, and we all anxiously await when things will get back to normal. When they do, having a healthy workplace will be more important than ever. Employees who are emotionally, mentally, and physically healthy are more present and effective in the workplace and a stronger asset to the team. Fortunately, much can be done at the corporate level to encourage healthy habits in your employees and create an active and health-conscious workplace.
As we all adjust to this uncertain environment, put plans in place to use your recognition programs to focus on Communication, Community, and Commitment. We’re all in this together.
It’s common for businesses to hand employees rewards—it’s considered the done thing to do, a great incentive to get employees working to the best of their abilities. Financial incentives are often the go-to reward of choice, with the belief it’ll push staff on to new heights of creativity or effort. Whilst rewarding hard-working employees is important, cash […]
With Terryberry’s Award Your Team program for employee recognition, group leaders have the tools at their fingertips to recognize and reward their staff for great work in the moment. View the demo video on the manager-driven recognition program.
The construction industry has been faced with a persistent challenge for years—high employee turnover and issues with retention. 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 […]
Lack of recognition can easily lead to apathy and resentment. In fact, if the scenario plays out over and over again, many employees start to think about moving to a company where their work is appreciated. Find out about employee recognition strategies to help you retain the best employees.
How much of our motivation happens in the forefront of our mind vs. behind the scenes? Daniel Pink shared that there is clear evidence that we are DRIVEN by autonomy, mastery and purpose. Are we always thinking about these things on a daily basis? What types of things can we do to keep our drive up? At Terryberry, we are in the business of DRIVE. We want to go deeper into what motivates people and keeps them performing at a high level both personally and professionally.
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.
A healthy work-life balance should be a key pillar supporting a company’s organizational structure, goals, and culture. With technological advances evolving the workforce, flexibility is more possible than ever — employers just have to address it. With a comprehensive strategy, work-life balance solutions can be done well and done right. There are a number of […]