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The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap
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The Service Anniversary Awards Roadmap

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Navigating a successful and vital Service Anniversary program requires the stakeholders to map out a strategy, review the program and plan for improvements.

While the route can be confusing, those that follow a road map are able to form objective decisions on the direction ahead. Much like planning for an extended road trip, a map will allow you to take the proper route to a successful program.
Please review the attached Service Anniversary Road map to chart your course.

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  • 1. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com
  • 2. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Navigating a successful Service Anniversary program requires stakeholders to map out a strategy,review the program and plan for improvements.
  • 3. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Navigating a successful Service Anniversary program requires stakeholders to map out a strategy,review the program and plan for improvements. Chart your course using our Service Anniversary road map.
  • 4. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Start your service anniversary award trip by researching the demographic profile of your employee base. Look at age, gender, education, location,ethnicity, work styles and job functions. Data Parkway START
  • 5. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Make sure your trip is headed in the right direction by analyzing not only the demographic profile data, but the historical data as well. Analyze Avenue
  • 6. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Make sure your trip is headed in the right direction by analyzing not only the demographic profile data, but the historical data as well. *Example: Statistics show that the average worker stays with one company for an average of just over three years – not long enough to earn a first five-year award. If your data reveals conclusions like this, consider offering awards at the one and three year levels. Analyze Avenue
  • 7. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Budgeting Blvd. Drive into your company’s bank to determine the appropriate budget for the amount of service awards expected to be given out and the amount per year of service.
  • 8. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Evaluation Ave. Turn on to Evaluation Avenue and use surveys or focus groups to discover what awards or experiences appeal to your employee base.  
  • 9. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Social Street Check out all of the billbords on Social Street and remember to integrate your service award program with internal and external social media strategies.  
  • 10. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Virtual Employee Circle Check out all of the people working from their homes and away from the Internet. If some employees don’t have work-time access to the Internet, you may need to explore other ways for them to elect and order their awards.
  • 11. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAwardThere is a lot of graffiti on the Branding Bridge. Decide if branding is really necessary. A logo establishes a link between the item and the reason for receiving it, but can also add costs to the award. Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Branding Bridge
  • 12. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Global Park Double check the GPS and determine if your offshore employees should be included in your service award program, but understand they may have different needs and cultural expectations.
  • 13. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States | BIWORLDWIDE.com Implementation Lane You’ve reached your destination but the road doesn’t end here. Many organizations incorporate multiple employee initiatives into a single employee recognition system. Social recognition, safety, wellness programs, eLearning and sales incentives can keep your employee engagement strategy continuously evolving.
  • 14. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward BIWORLDWIDE.com | Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States Make sure you have the road map by your side when you start your Service Anniversary award journey by downloading it now! Success! You have reached your destination but the road doesn’t end here. When you are finally ready to implement a service anniversary award program, know that it means the journey isn’t over. A growing trend in many organizations is incorporating multiple employee initiatives into a single employee recognition system. Activities such as peer-to-peer recognition, manager discretionary awards, safety, wellness programs, eLearning and sales incentives with goals can keep your employee engagement strategy continuously evolving. Enjoy the ride! Navigating a successful and vital Service Anniversary program requires the stakeholders to map out a strategy, review the program and plan for improvements. BIWORLDWIDE applies the science of behavioral economics to develop solutions to engage employees, channel partners and customers. Learn more at BIWORLDWIDE.com/Service or email us at info@BIWORLDWIDE.com While the route can be confusing, those that follow a road map are able to form objective decisions on the direction ahead. Much like planning for an extended road trip, a map will allow you to take the proper route to a successful program. Please review the attached Service Anniversary Road map to chart your course. Check out all of the people working from their homes and away from a connection to the Internet in Virtual Employee Circle. If some of your employees don’t have work-time access to the Internet, you may need to explore other ways for them to select and order their awards. While most Americans are plugged in at work or home, some are not. If you have unconnected employees, remember to offer opportunities to access a service anniversary awards website from their homes, mobile devices, kiosks in lunchrooms, break rooms or computer hubs. Open up your map and start your service anniversary award trip by researching the demographic profile of your employee base on Data Parkway. Look at age, gender, education, location, ethnicity, work styles and job functions. What appeals to a 30-year old upwardly mobile female executive is likely to be quite different from what interests a 63-year old laborer staring at the clock waiting for retirement. Determine if your offshore employees should be included in your service award program, but understand they may have different needs and cultural expectations. Be sure you have the capabilities to provide in-country award selection and delivery, multi-lingual capable web platforms and a deep understanding of the local culture. Check out all of the billboards on Social Street and see that we are a society that loves to share things using social media. Remember to integrate your service award program with internal and external social media strategies. There is a lot of graffiti on the Branding Bridge. Companies, just like many people, like to include their own brands on things. Decide if branding is really necessary. While a logo does establish a link between the item and the reason for receiving it, it can add considerable cost to the award without adding any value. In fact, some employees may choose NOT to wear or use the item because the logo is on it. Make sure your trip is headed in the right direction and start to segment choices based on your demographic profile. Learn as much as you can from not only the demographic profile data, but the historical data as well. Statistics show that the average worker stays with any one company for an average of just over three years – not long enough to earn a first five-year award. If your data reveals conclusions like this, consider offering awards at the one and three year levels. Some organizations, such as retailers and fast food restaurants, even offer a token award at 90 days tenure followed up with a six-month award. Turn on to Evaluation Avenue and use surveys or focus groups to discover what awards or experiences appeal to your employee base. Make it an annual or bi-yearly trip to drive back and speak with employees to find out what they want so you are continuously keeping your selections up-to-date. Data Parkway Analyze Avenue Virtual Employee Circle Branding Bridge Social Street Global Park Drive into your company’s bank to determine the appropriate budget for the amount of service awards expected to be given out and the amount per year of service. Expenses for other elements such as communications, freight and sales tax usually fall outside of this budget. Budgeting Boulevard Evaluation Avenue ©BI WORLDWIDE™ 2014 | Proprietary & Confidential BIWORLDWIDE.com | Australia | Canada | China | India | LATAM | UK | US Implementation Lane SUCCESS
  • 15. Road Map Road Map ServiceAwardServiceAward BI WORLDWIDE uses the principles of behavioral economics to produce measurable results for our clients by driving and sustaining engagement with their employees, channel partners and customers. follow us...follow us... BIWORLDWIDE.com | Australia | Canada | China | India | Latin America | United Kingdom | United States

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