Greetings! I’m Steve Huffman, Director of Recognition Services at BI WORLDWIDE in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At BI WORLDWIDE we’re about motivating, inspiring and celebrating people. Our Employee Engagement Group works with major companies around the globe to create workplaces that really work. Our solutions include engagement and motivation programs, service anniversary awards, employee training, mobile engagement, meetings, wellness programs and safety programs. At BI WORLDWIDE, we believe that when you give your employees more than a paycheck, you get a world of difference in productivity, satisfaction and retention.
I’ve been a subject matter expert in the field of Employee Engagement and Recognition for more than 28 years and have the opportunity to speak directly with dozens of HR Professionals each year. Through these discussions, I learn about their recognition programs, their successes, their opportunities and I hear about the issues that take up their time.
90% of all companies in North America have a defined and formal program to recognize longevity – with that said; this presentation explores the ten most prevalent issues facing HR Professionals as they operate their service anniversary program on behalf of their employees. The presentation will offer my insights and will offer valuable consultation on how to address the most common problems facing HR departments across the globe. I’ll also share some case studies that highlight what companies are doing to pick their programs up to new heights.
If you want to learn about the common issues facing you and your peers, join me to review what’s new in the world of service anniversary programs and employee engagement.
Who Should Participate
Human Resource Professionals with the responsibility to manage service awards for their organization.
What You Will Learn
-You will explore the issues confronting HR Executives operating a service anniversary program.
-You will understand what companies are doing to deal with these issues.
-You will be able to compare your program with some best in class organizations operating service anniversary programs.
-Elements of a Length-of-Service Awards Program by
-Length-of-service awards remain a valid recognition strategy by John O’Brien
Both available at biworldwide.com
Regretfully presentation was in much of a monotone voice; Need vibrant energetic excited speaker that could impart the energy to the program and audience. Slides were somewhat in line with presenter; just info with no pizzaz! Yet good material!
Thank you. Glad to see longevity is still considered a viable recognition program.
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