8 Types of Customer Loyalty Programs

by Ty Collins on November 14, 2019 in Articles, Employee Loyalty

Understanding employee loyalty and guessing how your employees will respond to corporate rewards programs doesn’t have to be a trial-and-error process. Thinking of your employees as customers can be an effective approach to generating company loyalty and enthusiasm and compassion for the brand. With that in mind, we’ve found some programs that customers respond to … Continue reading “8 Types of Customer Loyalty Programs”

31 Corporate Team Building Activities Your Employees Will Love

by Ty Collins on October 22, 2019 in Articles, Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

The Big List of Employee Activities Is your team’s esprit de corp starting to flag? It could be time to invest in quality team-building activities. Taking a day to refresh your team’s spirit can improve overall performance, which directly affects corporate results. A single day of fun and frolic might not solve every issue, of … Continue reading “31 Corporate Team Building Activities Your Employees Will Love”

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Top Incentive Travel Destinations for 2020

by Ty Collins on October 3, 2019 in Incentive Travel, Individual Travel

Incentive travel is a powerful tool used by company leaders to encourage top performers to keep up the good work. But without an impressive, bucket list-style destination, your best salespeople might not recognize how highly they are valued. MICE travel is an increasingly effective way to show your top performers you appreciate their hard work. … Continue reading “Top Incentive Travel Destinations for 2020”

Proven Techniques in Driving Distribution Loyalty

by Jillian Fehrenbach on October 1, 2019 in Articles, Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty, Team Engagement

Your customers are your most important asset, and that’s why it’s worth taking some time to examine your customer loyalty initiatives and how they might be adjusted to drive incremental profit. When distributors hear “contractor loyalty,” they think about travel destinations, employee loyalty, or reward types—and that can be an expensive approach. Achieving contractor customer loyalty … Continue reading “Proven Techniques in Driving Distribution Loyalty”

Employee Recognition Programs and Examples

by Ty Collins on September 24, 2019 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

Any good manager will tell you their employees are the lifeblood of their organization. They’re what makes the machine of business, the interface between the customers and the company, and the face of the product. Yet employee retention can be a problem. The top reason people leave their jobs? It’s not necessarily the lack of … Continue reading “Employee Recognition Programs and Examples”

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20 Corporate Perks You Must Offer in 2020

Corporate culture has changed a lot when it comes to employee retention and perks. Gone are the days of Christmas bonuses and gold watches. Now, the competitive climate of recruitment is rethinking the way businesses handle corporate perks. There are 20 corporate perks that are essential for 2020. Creating a strategy for corporate recognition that … Continue reading “20 Corporate Perks You Must Offer in 2020”

7 Tips for Building a Corporate Rewards Program for Millennials

by Ty Collins on September 11, 2019 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

The modern workforce is increasingly populated by millennials. They have the IT skills, creativity and energy to keep modern corporations growing successfully. However, keeping these young workers interested and properly motivated can be challenging. Unlike older workers, these young professionals need more than financial incentives to keep them interested in a company. Consistently implementing unique … Continue reading “7 Tips for Building a Corporate Rewards Program for Millennials”

18 New Sales Incentives to Improve Performance

by Ty Collins on September 6, 2019 in Articles, Group Travel, Incentive Travel, Team Engagement

What are sales incentives? Sales incentives can be any kind of compensation or reward provided by an employer to drive productivity, more specifically, the selling of goods or services. And sales incentives have evolved over the last 25 years, as all things to do. If you could take a time machine back to the 1990s … Continue reading “18 New Sales Incentives to Improve Performance”

Guidelines on Conducting a Successful Meeting

by Ty Collins on September 4, 2019 in Articles

Does it ever seem like you’re spending way too much time in meetings, burning through valuable time that you could’ve used to actually work? Do you leave these meetings confused and unsure what you’re next steps should be? You’re not alone. Executives report spending an average of nearly 23 hours per week in meetings. But … Continue reading “Guidelines on Conducting a Successful Meeting”

6 Reasons Why Corporations Should Care About Employee Loyalty

by Ty Collins on September 1, 2019 in Employee Engagement, Employee Loyalty

One of the biggest misconceptions about company loyalty and employee retention is that he or she is loyal because they have worked for the company for many years and thusly advocate the employee brand. This is the first mistake that most companies and business professionals make. An employee who has been working for your company … Continue reading “6 Reasons Why Corporations Should Care About Employee Loyalty”