When it comes to choosing a loyalty marketing program, customers are looking for freedom of choice.
Millennials are forcing employees to re-think the types of rewards and incentives programs they offer. With three generations working together in the workplace, HR departments and managers have many different expectations to handle. Employee rewards and incentives programs are certainly no strangers to change.
Managing employees is no easy task, regardless of the industry you’re in. Employees need to be directed, motivated and rewarded for their efforts. At the end of the day, a happy employee is what’s going to make your business succeed, and one of the best ways to keep employees working at their full potential is through acknowledging the hard work and effort they put into a given task.
When Jordan, a twenty-something business grad, began combing Toronto’s financial district for a new job opportunity, he had a good sense of what he was looking for – a company that was reputable, did great work and offered a decent salary. Though he found what he was looking for, it wasn’t long before he realized he needed something that offered more than the opportunity to check off the boxes for what’s considered success on Bay Street.