Recognise Employees. Reward Behaviours. Realise Profits.

Reward and Recognition programmes have one overriding goal – to engage the workforce. Why? Because companies with higher levels of staff engagement perform better. It’s as simple as that. Employee engagement is how much discretionary effort an employee puts towards furthering the goals of the company. As former Campbell’s Soup CEO, Doug Conant, once said, “To win in the marketplace you must first win in the workplace.” Employee engagement is the key to activating a high performing workforce.

Allgo offers a range of Reward & Recognition services that will engage your employees. Each company is different, and each company has a different profile of employee, therefore one size never fits all.

Allgo’s Reward & Recognition Services

Allgo offers a range of Reward & Recognition Services, including-

  • Instant Rewards that managers or HR can administer themselves
  • Service Awards that recognise loyalty in a personal way
  • Sophisticated Peer-to-Peer Recognition Programmes that empower employees themselves to play an active part in the company’s culture of recognition.

Many of these programmes can avail of the Small Benefit Scheme to make them not only impactful from a performance point of view, but also extremely tax-efficient.

If you want a more engaged and committed workforce, contact Allgo about a Reward & Recognition programme that will increase employee engagement and drive a positive culture throughout your organisation.


Steps to Reward & Recognition Success


Set clear and specific goals – employee engagement, culture change, performance improvement, etc


Your programme needs to specifically tailored to your objectives, your budget and your workforce profile


The launch phase is a one-off opportunity to make people sit up and take notice, and generate an immediate impact


The operational key to running an effective and efficient programme is the systematic measurement of the desired behaviours


The frequency and method of recognising employees is crucial, and needs to be designed to fit the structure and culture of the company


Once recognised, the employees need to be able to choose from a range of rewards that they find attractive


There is absolutely no point in running a programme if all employees are not regularly communicated to about it!


Your programme needs to evolve over time with regular reviews to tweaks to keep it fresh and engaging

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