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  • 1. Reward & Recognition Research
  • 2. Reward & Recognition Research
    As we move from recession into recovery, what is the primary focus of incentives and rewards for your organisation?
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    Do you expect your organisation's resources allocated to incentives and rewards to:
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    What incentives and reward schemes do you currently operate or are thinking about implementing in the next 12 months?
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    What rewards does your organisation use?
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    Specifically considering reward & recognition, which of the following do you operate?
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    What is the frequency of reward & recognition?
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    Which of the following best describes your reward & recognition programmes?
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    How do you measure the effectiveness of reward & recognition programmes?
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    What best describes your organisation's position on incentivising & rewarding 'green' behaviour?
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  • 11. Reward & Recognition Research
    How far do you agree with the following statements?
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    What are the main challenges / issues associated with operating incentive & reward programmes?
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    Where do incentives & rewards work best in your organisation?
    • “Across the business”
    • 14. “Customer Service roles”
    • 15. “Excellence and Performance recognition”
    • 16. “Front line staff”
    • 17. “Sales”
    • 18. “The rewards that we currently have in place are received well and it does give a sense of pride to those who've been awarded them.”
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    Where would you like to see them perform better?
    • “Engaging people in the business and helping to create an environment where people enjoy working”
    • 20. “Greater flexibility in the rewards offered”
    • 21. “In functional areas and in demonstrating RoI”
    • 22. “Would like a culture of continually striving for improvement in services”
    • 23. “Use of total reward to include financial and non financial benefits”
    • 24. “They are excellent in the areas that winners can use them”
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  • 25. Reward & Recognition Research
    What are your key priorities for the coming year?  
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    What do you think is the key issue or development in the future of incentives and rewards?
    • “A scheme that is appreciated as being worthwhile to receive from”
    • 27. “As public sector have to be extremely frugal and cost effective as tax payers money, therefore this will make it even more challenging in future”
    • 28. “Communication and good management”
    • 29. “One-size-fits all benefits (not just incentives) will become less attractive to staff”
    • 30. “Recognition of individual needs for motivation and ability to measure performance”
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  • 31. THANK YOU
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