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We’ve learned from the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For List that investments in attracting—and keeping—the best people can come in all shapes and sizes (read: price tags). Not everyone makes nearly $40 billion in yearly revenue to afford three wellness centers for employees, like Google. But, all companies can implement the no-cost recognition strategy like NetApp, whose employees reward one another with phone calls when they catch them “doing something right.”
We won’t repeat the entire list for you, but as happiness-at-work specialists, we will highlight our favorites and explain why. We’ve also taken the data a step further by summarizing key employee engagement categories with 30 alternative ways to recognize, reward and engage employees.