Employee Engagement Matters – April 2015

//Employee Engagement Matters – April 2015

2015 April

The backbone of a business’s success is happy employees! This monthly publication will highlight proven strategies for employee engagement, motivation, and loyalty which have a direct effect on customer satisfaction, and ultimately impacts financial performance.

April 16 is National High-5 Day

Written by: Rachel Madore

National High Five Day was started in 2002 at the University of Virginia. A group of students set up shop on the main quad of the campus and gave out high-fives and lemonade.


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Jim Drakakis

Jim Drakakis is a certified recognition professional with over 20 years industry experience. His extensive background includes helping organizations improve employee engagement and increase motivation through recognition. In addition to directing All Star Incentive Marketing’s sales efforts, Drakakis has delivered captivating educational seminars, symposiums and workshops to thousands of Human Resources professionals. He is a participating member of The Society of Human Resources Management, WorldatWork, and Recognition Professionals International. He has worked with many of North America’s most admired companies, helping organizations understand the true meaning of recognition.

Engagement

Your ability to meet or exceed your business goals comes down to one thing — the Power of Engagement!

Engagement


About All Star Incentive Marketing

For over 40 years we have worked with many of North America’s finest companies to create engagement strategies that build relationships. Our cost-effective incentive, recognition and rewards programs are proven to increase performance, build loyalty and motivate employees. To find out more, or to schedule a brief meeting Click Here.

Calendar of Upcoming Events

4.08.15
Health & Benefits Leadership Conference

Aria Resort & Casino, Las Vegas

4.21.15
The Safety Selfie Webinar

800-526-8629

jim.drakakis@incentiveusa.com

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