“Engagement” is a huge buzzword in HR and corporate management today. More and more companies are offering unique perks and benefits like flexible schedules, unlimited PTO and wellness initiatives — and there’s a genuine effort on behalf of organizations to inspire, engage and retain their ever-evolving workforce.
Yet many HR and management professionals at these companies are just getting into the game, and they may not have had the formal training to prepare them to implement and execute these programs successfully. At Hinda, rewards and incentives is at the heart of what we do, and it’s our job to ensure that companies who begin these programs are set up for success. That’s why we’re thrilled to have been a sponsor of the new e-book just released, "The Art and Science of Engaging Rewards."
Authored by Allan Schweyer, curriculum chair of the Enterprise Engagement Alliance, and published by the Rewards Recognition Network in conjunction with the Incentive Research Foundation and the Incentive Federation, the e-book pulls together 15 years of research in the incentives, rewards and recognition (IRR) field to give professionals a roadmap for creating their own programs in their organizations.
According to Mike Donnelly, President of Hinda Incentives, “The major challenge in most organizations is that few people have formal training in incentive, reward, and recognition design, and there is no commonly accepted framework or analytics based framework for making informed decisions. As a result, the vast majority of programs do not take advantage of their full potential to have a meaningful impact. With so much great research now available, we thought it was time for the industry to have a credible guide to best practices. Hinda is committed to the future of engaging rewards. We are excited to sponsor this important e-book, that helps to make the connection between engagement and performance, and the relationship that engaging rewards has to its success.”
“The Art and Science of Engaging Rewards” will be officially released at the Rewards and Recognition Expo, April 27-28 in Orlando, but is currently available as a free download at: