A Better Employee Recognition Experience
Most companies have a service award program, which is wonderful. An employee has reached a service milestone and they’re rewarded with a small catalog in which to select their gift.
What about the time between milestones?
What does your company do to recognize moments between milestones? How do you recognize for an employee going above and beyond, saving the company money, completing a preventative wellness screening, etc? Does each department manage this on their own? If this is the case, you may not know what recognition is happening across the company. Recognition shouldn’t be silent, private or scattered. We have a better solution – Social Employee Recognition.
Wouldn’t it be great to have one place, one platform, where you can see every single recognition event happening across the company? Queue Carousel. The newsfeed (pictured below) is an awesome feature that is a real-time running feed of all recognition events (badges) happening all over the company, gathered in one user-friendly location.
You can interact with the newsfeed to celebrate along with your co-workers even if you’re in different buildings or on different sides of the country.
Make it easy on Managers and Admins: streamline all your programs and recognition efforts! Use badges and/or points to recognize employees for service milestones, performance achievements, demonstrating Core Values, and just about anything else you can think of. Carousel also allows budgets to be controlled very easily. You can set budgets based off programs, managers or even give a budget to each peer. We want to help you control those dollars so you get the most out of the program.
Carousel – our social recognition system allows you to create as many programs as you can dream of. Particularly important are the peer to peer programs and the manager to peer programs. These are the two most powerful types of recognition: praise from peers and praise from a manager.
Watch as the newsfeed fills up with badges being earned by employees and see how your culture of recognition begins to sprout and grow.