All Blog Posts Tagged 'rewards' (8)

Why Prizes are the Most Rewarding Employee Referral Bonus

The bonus is a central component of the employee referral program. It comes in different variations – cash and prizes/non-cash awards. In the grand scheme of planning the technical details of the actual program, the deliberations over this aspect could fall by the wayside, with companies opting for cash as the easier, no-fuss alternative. However, while a cash bonus may require less time to organize, prizes are ultimately the better motivator. Here’s why:…

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Added by Assaf Eisenstein on March 12, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

European Study: Employee Referral Programs Are More Effective than Other Recruiting Sources

GooodJob is pleased to present an exclusive report by Mona Berberich on the findings of her recent in-depth research, “Employee Referral Programs – A Comprehensive Study”.

Employee Referral Programs are THE answer to talent shortage and…

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Added by Assaf Eisenstein on February 25, 2013 at 9:25am — No Comments

An Inside Look at How Gen Y Views the Workplace

Recruiting the best candidates isn’t always easy. HR outsourcing firms and hiring managers know this. With recent college graduates entering the workforce, different factors are at stake when it comes to making a decision about where to work. Whether you…

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Added by Erica Bell on November 20, 2012 at 2:19pm — 14 Comments

Sigal’s Six Tips to Implement Enterprise Gamification in Referral Programs – Part 2

Source: http://blog.gooodjob.com/2012/07/sigals-six-tips-to-implement-enterprise-gamification-in-referral-programs-part-2/

In Part 1 of our series on implementing enterprise gamification in referral programs, we discussed the low employee…

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Added by Assaf Eisenstein on August 27, 2012 at 9:11am — No Comments

Let’s Gamify Referral Programs! – Part 1

Source: http://blog.gooodjob.com/2012/06/lets-gamify-referral-programs-part-1/

Employee referral programs suffer from perpetually low participation rates, an average of up to only 20%. The majority of employees are not actively involved due to unawareness or indifference. Introducing gamification into the program can change this: you’ll drive more excitement and engagement, resulting…

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Added by Assaf Eisenstein on August 21, 2012 at 8:24am — No Comments

Loyalty: It isn’t just for sports teams anymore

Don't give up on corporate loyalty just yet. It is still strong, even during unprecedented times.



If all my friends were to jump off a bridge, I wouldn't follow.

I'd be at the bottom to catch them when…
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Added by Mark A. Leon on October 28, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments

Being Graceful in Ungraceful Situations

Recognition for a task well done can come in many forms ranging from a simple thank you to a raise in base salary or other form of monetary compensation such as a gift certificate. Assuming, of course, that the employer or boss has the intelligence and manners to make the acknowledgement, there is a certain maturity to accepting the acknowledgement. You don't want to act so crass as to give the…

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Added by Alisa Tazioli on March 21, 2010 at 12:37pm — No Comments

Employee Engagement/Motivation – Part I

In a recent issue of SIReview I read an article by Amy Bingham titled “Are your employees engaged? OR Just really good actors?”



The article hits on a specific topic of heavy interest and debate regarding employment as the rate of unemployment across the country still sits in the “double digits”.



Even in September 2009 at a state SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) conference with over 500 Iowa human resource professionals present, we were exposed to this topic… Continue

Added by Lisa K. Smith on December 15, 2009 at 1:51pm — No Comments

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