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A Guide to Non-Cash Reward (Business Success)by Michael Rose
Synopses & Reviews
One of the most significant causes of low morale is a lack of basic day-to-day recognition. Taking recognition seriously can have a major impact on employee motivation and the effectiveness of a business. Michael Rose takes readers through the different types of recognition and teaches how to implement recognition programs. With key learning points from the British military, police and government, he gives advice on:
-the value of recognition
-how and when to recognize people
-prizes and gifts to incentivize
-costs and budgeting
-how to implement strategies
-pitfalls to avoid.
Including case studies of international companies, A Guide to Non-Cash Reward outlines how to effectively use intrinsic rewards at a time when salaries are frozen and staff are more important than ever.
Book News Annotation:
After reviewing research on the correlation between engaged employees and organizational performance, British consultant Rose recommends what sorts of employee behavior and performance to recognize, the most effective frequency for recognition, the best forms of non-cash recognition awards, and program objectives. Ten case studies from British companies round out the book. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Managers, HR Managers, small business owners and supervisors
About the Author
Michael Rose has worked in reward management for over 30 years. He has had many corporate roles, the most recent being with KPMG and Aon where he was director of Reward and Recognition.
Table of Contents
1 Non-cash overview
2 Why recognition is important
3 What and when should you recognize?
4 How should you recognize people?
5 Designing your recognition programme
6 The cost and effectiveness of recognition programmes
7 How do recognition programmes fit with HR?
8 Using non-cash as an incentive
9 Conclusions and action plan
10 Case studies
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