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Top Ten Ideas to Freshen Up Your Employee Incentive Program & Make it a Success

Topic:
Top Ten Ideas to Freshen Up Your Employee Incentive Program & Make it a Success
Date:
April 26, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Amy Trueblood, Senior Account Manager(Awards Network)
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Description
******Please NOTE: this session does not qualify for HRCI/IHR credit. It did not meet the 45minute minimum.*********

Much has changed in the way of employee incentive programs over the past couple of years! In this webcast, you will learn about ten different ways to improve your current employee incentive program and make it more successful. If you are thinking about starting an employee incentive program, then you will learn about the top incentive trends you can take advantage of while setting up a new program.

All ten ideas will help to make your employee incentive program relevant and rewarding to participants. Ideas to simplify your incentive program administration, make the program easier to participate in, encourage friendly competition, reward employees on special events, allow for on the spot recognition and encourage participation will be shared in this webcast. Amy Trueblood will also share her past experiences and best practices for creating a modern employee incentive program that will help you achieve your specific goals. By attending this webinar, you will learn:

1. New trends and ideas for employee incentives
2. How to encourage participation among your employees
3. How to make an incentive program easier to manage and maintain
4. What other companies are doing in their incentive programs

If you are already a member of HR.com, please login to register for the webcast. If you are not a member of HR.com, you will need to sign up for a FREE HR.com membership, this will only take you a moment to fill in the required information. Once you have confirmation of your membership, you will be able to register for this complimentary webcast.


******Please NOTE: this session does not qualify for HRCI/IHR credit. It did not meet the 45minute minimum.*********
Who Should Participate
1) HR Professionals 2) Compensation and Benefit Professionals 3) Senior Executives 4) Workforce Managers 5) Sales Managers and Executives 6) Safety Coordinators
What You Will Learn
1. New trends and ideas for employee incentives 2. How to encourage participation 3. How to make an incentive program easier to manage and maintain 4. What other companies are doing in their incentive programs
Recommended Resources
http://awardsnetwork.com/blog-post/top-ten-ideas-for-your-employee-incentive-program-part-one http://awardsnetwork.com/blog-post/top-ten-ideas-for-your-employee-incentive-program-part-two
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