Will Work for Incentives
While there’s no set formula for calculating business success, keeping employees happy ranks high on the list. That’s why some companies dangle carrots in the form of cash and other monetary bonuses. However, this is arguably a short-term solution for fostering goodwill. Sometimes a “nice job” should be a little more personal than a few extra dollar bills. Many companies are listening.
According to Forbes, there is a $46 billion market for employee recognition items (e.g., gold watches, pins, awards, etc.). So how can these products complement an incentive program? With your help, employers can find the right way to show appreciation for a job well done.
Spock It to Me
Before you prepare your Vulcan “Live Long and Prosper” salute, consider another way to recognize hardworking employees. Prosperity from Crystal World is crafted from the finest, full-cut faceted crystal. Designed in the USA, it features a circular design along with beautifully cut and polished edges. The surface (or base) may be etched. For more information, visit www.cwawards.net.
Wherefore Art Thou Romeo?
Romeo and Juliet is kind of a downer. So unless your employees are penning their own Shakespearean tragedy, the book fails as a gift. Instead, reward them with the Romeo & Guilietto 500 ml Oil & Vinegar from St. Regis Crystal. Deep etched and colorfilled, the Mantova combination 2pc olive oil and balsamic vinegar is sure to impress. For more information, visit www.stregiscrystal.com.
Get Spirited Away
There’s no price tag on a heartfelt thank you. Show employees some love with the Spirit Award from R.S. Owens. The award holds a deep-etched design on Starfire Crystal, which is cradled inside plated cast metal (available in silver or 24K gold). It is mounted on a black nickel-finish base. For more information, visit www.rsowens.com.
A Million Thanks
Grazie, merci, danke, gracias, thanks—gratitude can be expressed many ways. The Abstraction Award from Sterling Cut Glass helps your “thank you” stand out. Featuring a deep-etched logo, the eye-catching award is made of optical crystal and comes in a presentation box. Ruby, blue or amber sculpted accents are available. For more information, visit www.sterlingcutglassawards.com.