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The ROI of R&R

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Posted on: Wednesday March 06, 2019

How to measure the ROI of your Reward and Recognition programme.

The return on investment of employee benefits can be seen in many different aspects of the employee experience, such as retention rates, staff motivation, staff happiness, employee satisfaction, and length of service. This can make measuring the ROI of a Reward and Recognition programme a difficult process, as your return may not be easily boiled down to a monetary value. 

If you’ve found yourself struggling to calculate the ROI of your Reward and Recognition offering, check out our handy infographic for a few quick and easy ways to get started.

Spending money on incentives to keep turnover rates low makes good business sense. But it’s also important to make sure that you have found the most cost-effective option for your business - many reward and recognition providers make their money from unused gift cards and e-vouchers, as they retain the cost even when the products go unused. 

To discuss your reward and recognition strategy with one of our experts, call 01908 605000 or email letschat@personalgroup.com

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Student loan repayments – what’s the impact on your workforce and what can employers do to support those impacted by the cost of attending university?

We spoke with two of our HR experts at opposite ends of the generational spectrum: Innecto Reward Consultant Spencer Hughes, 27, who graduated from Swansea University in 2018 with a degree in Geography and Geoinformatics, and PG Business Development Director Andrew Walker, 59, who studied Modern Languages and linguistics at Aston University before student loans were introduced.

Posted on: 16 May 2024 by Andrew Walker, New Business Development Director, Spencer Hughes, Reward Consultant

Gearing up to combat the working-age health crisis

A recent BBC article entitled Why are we so ill? The working age health crisis, warns about the number of people being driven out of jobs because of ill health and refers to ‘one-fifth’ of the UK’s working age population living with a 'work-limiting condition'. This is a growing and serious issue that companies need to address to better understand and manage. 

Posted on: 3 May 2024 by Sarah Lardner, Director of Business Innovation

Seven ways to ensure your benefits technology is accessible to deskless workers

Our army of deskless workers need easy access to the benefits and products that matter to them the most. A drive for relevance, personalisation and speed should be at the heart of every effort we make to support them.

Posted on: 16 April 2024 by Andrew Walker, New Business Development Director

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