La Porte, IN (PressExposure) April 20, 2012 -- Awards Network is sponsoring an HR.com webcast covering ideas to freshen up an employee incentive program as part of a two day Recognition & Rewards virtual event. The incentive program webcast will be live on Thursday, April 26 at 11 am Eastern and will also be added to HR.com's Webcast Archives for on demand viewing.
Amy Trueblood, senior account manager and blogger at Awards Network, will conduct the presentation and provide the top ten ideas for renewing an incentive program to make it more successful. "We'll be discussing ten different ways people can change up employee incentives," Trueblood states. "HR professionals, senior executives and workforce managers should plan on attending to find out how to encourage participation, make an incentive program easier to manage and learn what other companies are doing to freshen up their programs."
The Awards Network webcast will assist attendees in improving a current employee incentive program or if a program has not kicked off yet, will inform them about the top trends to take advantage of while setting up a new reward program. "Employee incentive programs have changed a lot in the past couple of years," Trueblood explains. "They have evolved to become more social and take advantage of automation."
Amy Trueblood will also share her past experiences and best practices for creating a modern employee incentive program that will help to achieve an organization's specific goals. A client case study will be presented to help show attendees what affect the top ten ideas can have on participation and employee engagement. According to Trueblood, "An Awards Network client really wanted to freshen up their incentive program for 2012 and after taking all of these ideas and implementing them, the client saw dramatic results. I will be sharing what exactly this client did to improve their employee incentive program and what impact it has had on the organization."
If you are already a member of HR.com, please login to HR.com to register for the two day Recognition and Rewards virtual event. If you are not a member of HR.com, you will need to sign up for a free HR.com membership. If you would like more information on Awards Network please contact Andi Baruffi, read our blog or visit http://www.awardsnetwork.com.
About Awards Network:
Awards Network has designed customized recognition and incentive programs for more than 55 years. All reward programs are built to achieve each client's unique goals and feature brand name merchandise ranging from $25 to $3500. Awards Network lets the recipient select the gift of choice while supporting clients to build and maintain a successful program.