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Getting the Most Out Of Your Service Awards Programs - Unique Ideas, Things to Watch For and More

Topic:
Getting the Most Out Of Your Service Awards Programs - Unique Ideas, Things to Watch For and More
Date:
July 31, 2012 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Andy Greider, Consultant(Eagle Recognition)
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Description
Join us as we'll be covering some really good information to help you know when your service award provider is taking you for a ride, plus we provide some ideas on inexpensive and yet effective ways to engage your employees, provide them with value and make HR their ally.

There’s certainly no shortage of service award vendors and programs in the marketplace. This is great news for companies looking to develop world-class service award programs, but keep in mind that not all employee recognition vendors are created equal. The programs, service, support, and policies these vendors offer are as varied as the companies they serve. Your vendor may have a well-known name, or they might be offering advanced wed-based administrative systems, or they may be making enticing promises, but are they really meeting your needs? You already know the value of a good service award vendor. And you know that your vendor can make or break your employee recognition programs. So, is yours meeting your needs or are they taking you – and your money – for a ride?

Additionally, with the downturn in the economy hanging around a lot longer than most companies expected, we want to share some ways to keep your employees engaged, rewarded and happy. Each of the suggestions we make come from our experience in helping our clients be better HR professionals - and we'd love to help you do the same. Join us for an informative 45 minutes – and we’ll be sure to allow time for questions at the end of the webinar.

Who Should Participate
Any HR executive who handles service based awards or whom has an interest in providing more value to their employees through recognition and rewards.
What You Will Learn
- How to know what to ask for from your service award provider - How to provide valuable rewards and recognition to employees without blowing your budget - How to pass this information along to your colleagues
Recommended Resources
please go to www.relaxhr.com for more information.
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Andy Greider
Eagle Recognition

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Eagle Recognition
Eagle Recognition offers exceptional value in employee recognition awards programs, including service awards, safety awards and sales incentive programs. Some of Eagle Recognition's capabilities are web-based ordering/administration, 21 budget levels ranging from $30-$2,000 and program customization
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