Every August, National Wellness Month focuses on promoting self-care, managing stress and maintaining healthy routines. Having a work culture centered around wellness is critical: employees are much less productive and more likely to miss work if they are frequently sick or under the weather.
The month of August is when the summertime sadness sets in. We realize summer is already almost over, it’s almost time to start thinking about back to school and we try to squeeze in as many plans as possible into those precious 4 weeks of August.
Perhaps one of the most enduring marketing strategies, and one that maintains appeal across nearly all generations and demographics, is a loyalty program. Loyalty programs offer participants rewards for engagement, and it’s one of the best strategies for harnessing the power of generational marketing. Maximize your impact by understanding how different generations interact with incentive programs and how you can make yours appealing to a range of clientele.
Summer is the season of fun – school’s out and the days are spent swimming, barbecuing, enjoying sunshine and evening campfires, and… Patriotism! Summer brings out our patriotic side more than any other time of year, and what better way to honor our country than supporting brands that manufacture their products right here in the USA.
On June 30 we celebrate Social Media Day to recognize and celebrate social media’s impact on global communication.
Millennials have distinctive shopping habits and tastes that can leave companies wondering how best to engage them, both as customers and employees. Leveraging nostalgia during your reward events is a great way to catch people’s attention and increase engagement, especially for this demographic.
There are two things that most workers have in common: they enjoy positive recognition and they love rewards. While it is often common practice to reward sales teams with incentives for increased sales, other areas of the labor force can be overlooked. Spending time, effort and resources on how to motivate non-sales employees is a proven way to boost company morale and your bottom line.