20 Creative (And Affordable) Ideas For Employee Recognition

Companies with a solid strategy to recognize members of their team enjoy stronger engagement, increased employee morale, a devoted spirit of customer service, and lower turnover rates. If you treat your employees as if they were your best customers, they will become loyal brand advocates who are more engaged with your customers and your business as a whole.

 

There is something interesting that happens when you give praise to your employees and in doing so; it doesn’t have to come with breaking the bank. Here are 20 creative (and affordable) ideas for employee recognition provided by Point Recognition. You can view the slideshow below.

 

 

20 Creative (And Affordable) Ideas For Employee Recognition created by Point Recognition

 

Author Bio

Kelly Chesterson is the Vice President of Operations for Point Recognition. Kelly holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Baldwin-Wallace College and is a Certified Engagement Practitioner. She has worked in the reward and recognition industry for more than eight years.

 

20 Creative (And Affordable) Ideas for Employee Recognition

 

  1. Write a Letter

 

  1. Wall of Fame

 

  1. Surprise Treats

 

  1. Prize Tickets

 

  1. Special Parking

 

  1. Social Media

 

  1. Working off Site

 

  1. Trophies

 

  1. Peer Recognition

 

  1. Surprise Parties

 

  1. Sharing Praise

 

  1. Make it Personal

 

  1. Quick Meetings

 

  1. Open Door Policy

 

  1. Offer Longer Breaks

 

  1. Share More Often

 

  1. Leave a Note

 

  1. Day of Recognition

 

  1. Bookkeeping

 

  1. Personalized Recognition

 

When it comes to Employee Recognition, thinking out of the box can be a great deposit in your employee’s emotional bank account.

How many of the above ideas have you tried? Which ones will you try this week?

Elita Torres

I have over 20 years experience as a leader, first as a General Manager for several Big Box retailers with over 100 employees, then as a district manager overseeing an average of 23 stores. Currently, I am a Sales Director overseeing 4 Districts. My passion for leadership and personal development has led me to share my journey in a Blog. Find out more on http://www.leadgrowdevelop.com/about/