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Maslow's hierarchy of needs and employee engagement
A week ago we discussed Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and the way it impacts employee engagement. Today we want to look at the hierarchy again and see how it effects millennials, those born anywhere between the early 80’s and the late 90’s. The Millennials will soon be the largest demographic within the American workforce.

Let’s check out Maslow’s proposed need once more:

  • Survival – Biological needs such as food, water, shelter, sleep.
  • Safety – Needs stability, security, order, law, and protection from elements.
  • Belonging – Needs friendship, love, affection, and intimacy
  • Importance – Needs to achieve and master things, independence, and self-respect
  • Self-Actualization – Needs to fulfill individual potential and capability.

So how does these needs relate to Millennials? In recent studies , Millennials defined what they expect from their professional lives. When you compare what they said were their needs to Maslow’s needs, you’ll see that their needs are incredibly similar Maslow’s last three needs. In the studies, Millennials said they require:

  • Work that’s meaningful
  • To receive recognition and respect from their jobs
  • Autonomy & flexibility
  • A chance to learn, grow, and better themselves personally and professionally
  • The opportunity to have fun with those they enjoy working withwhile they work

Obviously, the needs for survival and safety are intrinsic needs that apply to everyone. However, Millennials place much more of their focus on the last three needs – belongingimportance, and self-actualization. It would almost be safe to say that those three needs are driving force behind most of their motivation.

If you’re a business owner and for some reason you think this data is irrelevant, you might want to reconsider. By 2025 Millennials will make up over 75% of our workforce. By 2025 you’ll have to meet the needs of the majority of your employees if you don’t want employee retention to be one of your major issues. Millennials are unafraid of “job hopping” in order to find a company that meets their demands and fulfills their needs. Where older generations had around five jobs during their career, most Millennials will hold upwards of 20. Meeting their needs and maintaining employee satisfaction is going to be more important (and more challenging) than ever. It’s a good idea to start adapting to those expectations now.

So how does you get going in this direction? You must create the type of environment that Millennials and all future employees will be searching for. We recommend that you try some of the following tactics:

  • Build a team-centric environment that rewards all efforts, ensuring that work is meaningful
  • Give employees the training they require to “self-actualize”
  • Launch an employee recognition program, making them feel respected and recognized

Starting now places you way ahead of your competition, and prepares your organization for challenges your peers aren’t even thinking of yet.

The easiest way to launch these initiatives is with an employee recognition program. This helps your employees feel valued by rewarding and recognizing them for their accomplishments and efforts. At Incentive Solutions we’ve built incentive programs and recognition cultures for over 30 years. We know that when you foster employee culture in your workplace, your employees’ performance will improve due to the fact that they are being respected, recognized, and feel like their work is meaningful.

If you’d like to begin preparing for the future of your business today, and to find out where you stand with your current workforce, take the hierarchy infographic from above and ask your employees where they feel they are on it. They’ll inform you of how engaged they are, or if there are areas of opportunity they feel you could work on. If you’d like to discuss how an employee recognition program can help your business start this process, call us today at 1-866-567-7432.

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Are Your Distributor Reps Ignoring Your Selling Proposition? →

Are Your Distributor Reps Ignoring Your Selling Proposition?

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Are you irrelevant to your distributor sales reps? Human nature is to “follow the money.” If you are in a non-exclusive relationship with your distributor and your product makes up less than 10% of their total revenue, chances are that you are an afterthought to the people that can greatly increase your sales. 

Macroeconomics are hard to change. So the most effective way of gaining mind share is through an easy-to-facilitate, feature-rich sales incentive program. At Loyaltyworks our programs are easy to manage and offer numerous benefits, such as:

  • Mobile apps create instant back and forth communication with participants.
  • Gamification through the use of our leaderboard module creates fun and competition.
  • Our online reward mall, with millions of rewards to choose from, offers an attractive value proposition to your participants.
  • Our Learn & Earn module offers training and quizzes that train program participants about your promotions. It also contains surveys that offer real time feedback that is valuable to sales administrators.
  • Our communicatons tools let you send triggered programmable emails and texts directly to your influencers.
  • The back end administrative capability of our programs lets you access 60 free real-time reports that help you to adjust your program as necessary, and provide your management with the ROI analytics that justify the variable expense. There is even 1099 automation!

Best of all, our programs can be operational in 6 weeks, mobile optimized, available in 50+ countries, with zero IT involvement for as little as $5,000. Call me today at 678-514-0203, or your account executive, to schedule a free demo and find out why our clients recently gave us a 95% excellent rating and would refer us to a friend. 

Remember, selling is the noble art of matching need with ability.

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How To Deal With Problem Clients | Incentive Solutions blog →

Customer retention is difficult with challenging clients

Clients, though we love them, can be a real headache sometimes. Dealing with them can suck your whole day down the drain if you let it. But in those moments it’s good to remember that difficult clients can be dealt with just as easily as easy clients. This is hard to remember when actually in the middle of a challenging interaction. But once you  forget about the frustration and dial in on what they actually need, things should become easier to deal with.

What kind of difficult client are you dealing with right now? We’ve been around them all, so here are some tips for specific types that should help you the next time you feel like strangling the person on the other end of the phone:

Clients With Unreasonable Demands

These clients want the world from you and they want it as cheap as they can get it. In fact, why aren’t you just giving it to them free of charge? They insist that your competitors always meet their unreasonable demands, regardless of how true that may be.

How do you handle them? Tell them that you’d love to give them what they want, but it’s just not possible. It’s also helpful to offer them an easy method of returning your product or cancelling their service with you.

Clients That Are Blowing Off Steam

Why pay a therapist $145 for an hour on the couch when you can vent all of your steam to a customer service rep free of charge? For some reason there are people who just like to deal with life’s problems by complaining to random employees at random businesses, or even strangers on the street.

How do you handle them? Be kind and promptly redirect them to the business at hand. When you discuss the tactics you’re doing to help them with their business problem, it will redirect their train of thought back to why they contacted you in the first place.

Clients Who Curse Excessively

These clients aren’t afraid to let the expletives flow. Who knows why they’re doing it. They could be just trying to get a rise out of you. Maybe this is the only way they know how to communicate their anger, ineffective though it may be. Regardless of the why, the fact is that they make it difficult to care what they’re saying when they’re being so vulgar to you.

How do you handle them? Don’t respond to their foul language with even more foul language. You never fight fire with fire. If you’re talking to them on the phone, ask them if you can shoot them an email detailing a number of solutions you have that could help resolve their issue. This gets them off the phone, and shows them that you’re interested in solving their problem all at the same time. It’s a win for everyone.

The most important aspect of your employees dealing with difficult customers is the conflict resolution training you need to give them before letting them loose. Here at Incentive Solutions we offer a Learn & Earn Module that allows you to present curriculum to your employees, and it rewards them for successfully learning the material and passing a quiz on it. Customer conflict resolution can easily be uploaded as its own course, and can be used to help your employees defuse situations like the ones we’ve discussed today before they ever even start. Also, consider tying customer care to an employee recognition program, which we also specialize in. You can reward your employees for taking their training to the floor and doing the right thing with it. If you’d like more information about these programs and how they work, call us today at 1-866-567-7432. We’d be happy to give you a live demo and to show you exactly why our clients gave us a 95% excellent rating and would refer us on to a friend.

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How To Lose Clients | Incentive Solutions blog →

Building Relationships With your Customers Increases Customer Retention Rates

We’re going to try something a little different today. We’ve talked in depth about countless ways to keep clients happy, obtaining new clients, and motivating and retaining existing clients. So today we want to go over a couple of great ways to run clients off. If you want more time for golf, but less money to play it, the five steps below will certainly help you empty your workday:

Step 1 – Make sure that your client’s point of contact is always changing. Clients love it when they can maintain a relationship with, and always count on, one person at your company. It breeds a sense of familiarity and kinship, so keep them on their toes by making sure they never speak to the same person twice. This guarantees that your clients never develop the kind of relationship or partnership with your company that will last and prove successful.

Step 2 – All clients are not created equal. New clients need to get much better deals than old clients in order to get them to sign up. Make sure you inform your existing clients of the great deal you’re giving to new signups, and inform them that they’re not eligible for said new subscriber deal. Never maintain a steady and fair price point that is relevant to all of your clients. Then you’d have to work all the time.

Step 3 – Don’t give your clients choices. Make every one of them buy the exact same package. Make sure the package includes lots of unnecessary add-ons that your clients probably don’t need. People love choices, so this will drive them crazy and they’ll be gone before sundown – that is, if they even sign up with you at all.

Step 4 – Encourage bad employees to be even worse, and never recognize the good ones. If you encourage your good employees to perform desired behaviors through, say, an incentive program, then they’d keep doing those behaviors and would treat your clients well and you’d probably be busy all the time. The point of this article is to have exactly the opposite of that. Don’t use an employee recognition program to encourage great employees to behave in a manner that would increase customer retention, customer satisfaction, and customer acquisition or else you’ll be up to your eyeballs in clients. If you’re taking this article seriously, you obviously don’t want that.

Step 5 – Make problem resolution virtually impossible for your customers. Clients want to buy your product or service, have it work as expected, and to move on with their day. And if they do have a problem, they want it to be resolved with speed and proficiency. Yeah, you need to do the exact opposite of that. If you don’t want clients to stick around, make problem resolution a living nightmare. If you need to know how this is done, call AT&T’s help line – it’s a great example. Give them phone numbers that lead to a labyrinthine, circular computerized telephone system that ultimately leads nowhere. If they somehow manage to get through, ensure that their calls are dropped frequently, or that your employees can’t help them because it’s against company policy. This is the most tried and true, 100% proven technique to get rid of pesky clients.

If for some reason you still feel the need to increase customer retention, customer satisfaction, productivity, efficiency, profitability, and employee engagement, call Incentive Solutions today at 1-866-567-7432. We can show you how our B2B customer loyalty programs, employee recognition programs, and distributor incentive programs can increase client retention and satisfaction in every way. We’d be happy to give you a free demo of how our technology works, and to show you exactly why our customers gave us a 95% excellent rating and would refer us on to a friend.

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Your Customer Loyalty Exceeds Our Weight Limits →

We’re back again with a customer service horror story about a company who thought it’d be a good idea to insult their customers’ weight. You would think this is an incredibly obvious “no-no” in the world of customer loyalty, but you’d also expect common sense to be something that’s common. I guess we’re all wrong sometimes.

This story takes place in an independent tanning salon.

It begins when a woman walks into the salon after work one day and purchases a membership for herself. Everything’s fine and normal, right? It is, until the woman goes to use her recently purchased membership, since beach season is just around the corner, but is told by the employee of a brand new company policy that bans customers over 230 pounds from using their beds.

First of all, blindly calling your customers fat without putting a scale out to verify your claims is rude. Second of all, don’t ever call your customers fat – there’s a thought.

The customer then did what any of us would do and asked for a refund. The employee then decided to inform the customer that it is also the policy of the salon to never issue refunds.

If you want to destroy customer loyalty, then I hope you’re taking notes because this is how you do it. Not only did they insult the customer, they basically told her where to stick it with their “no refund even though we stole your money” policies. Who in their right mind expects to stay in business when they treat the people giving them money to do their jobs like road kill? That’s certainly not how we do business here at Loyaltyworks.

The customer had the good sense to report the business to the local media. But the manager held firm and told them “She wants her money back? Maybe she can get her credit issuer to stop the payment.”

The manager and his entire company need to get their priorities straight. They need to assign actual value to customer loyalty, and they need to include that in their mission and value statements. Bad customer service leads to low customer loyalty rates and customer turnover – business’ worst enemy.

Here at Loyaltyworks, we believe that if you want to show your employees that customer loyalty is the top priority of your business, you should try launching an employee recognition incentive program with an emphasis on customer service, or a customer loyalty incentive program, which rewards your customers for continuing to do business with and remaining loyal to you. Both have the effect of enhancing your business and of making your future much brighter. If you’d like to know more about how a customer loyalty incentive program or an employee recognition incentive program can help you avoid this type of nightmare in your workplace, call Loyaltyworks at 1-800-844-5000. We’d love to give you a free demo of our capabilities, and to show show you why a recent survey of our customers gave us a 95% excellent rating.

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Atlanta, GA 30341
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Companies Doing Good – Molson-Coors →

Our next company that’s doing good is one that many of us are probably very familiar with – the Molson-Coors Brewing Company. “A beer company,” you say? Yes – a beer company. We appreciate and recognize companies that are doing good not just for themselves, but for the earth and others.

Molson-Coors Brewing Company is proving itself to be a leader in the environmental stewardship movement by embracing the fact that without a healthy environment, there’s no Molson-Coors Brewing Company. Bart Alexander, Chief of Corporate Responsibility at Molson-Coors, says they’re doing everything they can to minimize the “beer print” their company leaves on the planet. He explains what “beer print” means in the following way:

“So we came up with a new way of talking about sustainability that we call our beer print. Every time you pick up a beer and put it down you leave and little mark on the coaster or on the table, and that’s a beer print. And just like that our company puts a mark on communities where we work, our people, and on the earth … our agenda is to grow our positive beer print — the good things that result from our business — the sociability and joy we bring to a lot people in making our product, economic impacts we have on communities where we do business, the positive contributions we have in our communities. We want to grow our positive beer print and shrink our negative beer print. We want to shrink things like accidents for our people, pollution, and alcohol abuse.”

Seems good, right? How are they doing so far? Well, for starters, they were named the “Beverage Industry Sector Leader” on the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. They understand that their entire line of product is reliant on having readily available, clean water to make beer with. Their target goal is to reduce water usage by 15% by the year 2020, saving millions of gallons of water from being consumed, and saving themselves loads of production dollars in the process. Between 2010 and 2012 alone, they saved an estimated $10 million per year due to lower use of energy and water, reduced waste fees and taxes. Their goals through 2020 will save them an additional $16 million every year. Good for the company, good for the environment.

Here are some additional stats for their environmental performance to date:

  • Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions: Achieved a 24 percent reduction in carbon emissions intensity since 2008 (equivalent to a 25 percent reduction in absolute carbon emissions). The company surpassed its 2012 target in 2010 as a result of focused efforts to invest in GHG reduction, energy efficiency and process improvements.
  • Waste: Accomplished zero waste to landfill in their UK-based operations by the end of 2012. Between 2008 and 2012 its UK operations diverted 5,697 tonnes of waste away from landfill and avoided $500,000 in landfill taxes. The company missed its global landfill-diversion target, sending 1.9 percent more waste to landfill in 2012 than in 2011. This was a stretch target and Molson Coors will continue to challenge its operations in this area through the development of a long-term global waste strategy.
  • Water: At year-end 2012, water intensity was seven percent lower than in 2008. Since 2008, the company reduced total water consumption by over 12.6 million hectoliters, equivalent to 504 Olympic swimming pools. Lower than expected volumes made it difficult to reduce water intensity and caused the company to fall short of its 2012 target of 15 percent reduction.
  • Energy: The company’s 2012 energy intensity was 11 percent lower than in 2008. Since 2008, the company reduced total energy consumption by over 370 million megajoules. Lower than expected volumes made it difficult to reduce energy intensity and Molson Coors did not meet the 2012 energy reduction target of 15 percent.
  • Packaging: Set a new global goal to reduce packaging weight by four percent by 2015 from a 2012 baseline.

And there’s still 6 more years of improvement to go. That’s impressive. Thank you Molson-Coors for the impact you’ve decided to make on the environment, and for the great beers you continue to produce. Here’s to you, a company that’s doing good!

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How To Deal With Problem Clients | Incentive Solutions blog →

Customer retention is difficult with challenging clients

Clients, though we love them, can be a real headache sometimes. Dealing with them can suck your whole day down the drain if you let it. But in those moments it’s good to remember that difficult clients can be dealt with just as easily as easy clients. This is hard to remember when actually in the middle of a challenging interaction. But once you  forget about the frustration and dial in on what they actually need, things should become easier to deal with.

What kind of difficult client are you dealing with right now? We’ve been around them all, so here are some tips for specific types that should help you the next time you feel like strangling the person on the other end of the phone:

Clients With Unreasonable Demands

These clients want the world from you and they want it as cheap as they can get it. In fact, why aren’t you just giving it to them free of charge? They insist that your competitors always meet their unreasonable demands, regardless of how true that may be.

How do you handle them? Tell them that you’d love to give them what they want, but it’s just not possible. It’s also helpful to offer them an easy method of returning your product or cancelling their service with you.

Clients That Are Blowing Off Steam

Why pay a therapist $145 for an hour on the couch when you can vent all of your steam to a customer service rep free of charge? For some reason there are people who just like to deal with life’s problems by complaining to random employees at random businesses, or even strangers on the street.

How do you handle them? Be kind and promptly redirect them to the business at hand. When you discuss the tactics you’re doing to help them with their business problem, it will redirect their train of thought back to why they contacted you in the first place.

Clients Who Curse Excessively

These clients aren’t afraid to let the expletives flow. Who knows why they’re doing it. They could be just trying to get a rise out of you. Maybe this is the only way they know how to communicate their anger, ineffective though it may be. Regardless of the why, the fact is that they make it difficult to care what they’re saying when they’re being so vulgar to you.

How do you handle them? Don’t respond to their foul language with even more foul language. You never fight fire with fire. If you’re talking to them on the phone, ask them if you can shoot them an email detailing a number of solutions you have that could help resolve their issue. This gets them off the phone, and shows them that you’re interested in solving their problem all at the same time. It’s a win for everyone.

The most important aspect of your employees dealing with difficult customers is the conflict resolution training you need to give them before letting them loose. Here at Incentive Solutions we offer a Learn & Earn Module that allows you to present curriculum to your employees, and it rewards them for successfully learning the material and passing a quiz on it. Customer conflict resolution can easily be uploaded as its own course, and can be used to help your employees defuse situations like the ones we’ve discussed today before they ever even start. Also, consider tying customer care to an employee recognition program, which we also specialize in. You can reward your employees for taking their training to the floor and doing the right thing with it. If you’d like more information about these programs and how they work, call us today at 1-866-567-7432. We’d be happy to give you a live demo and to show you exactly why our clients gave us a 95% excellent rating and would refer us on to a friend.

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How To Deal With Problem Clients | Incentive Solutions blog →

Customer retention is difficult with challenging clients

Clients, though we love them, can be a real headache sometimes. Dealing with them can suck your whole day down the drain if you let it. But in those moments it’s good to remember that difficult clients can be dealt with just as easily as easy clients. This is hard to remember when actually in the middle of a challenging interaction. But once you  forget about the frustration and dial in on what they actually need, things should become easier to deal with.

What kind of difficult client are you dealing with right now? We’ve been around them all, so here are some tips for specific types that should help you the next time you feel like strangling the person on the other end of the phone:

Clients With Unreasonable Demands

These clients want the world from you and they want it as cheap as they can get it. In fact, why aren’t you just giving it to them free of charge? They insist that your competitors always meet their unreasonable demands, regardless of how true that may be.

How do you handle them? Tell them that you’d love to give them what they want, but it’s just not possible. It’s also helpful to offer them an easy method of returning your product or cancelling their service with you.

Clients That Are Blowing Off Steam

Why pay a therapist $145 for an hour on the couch when you can vent all of your steam to a customer service rep free of charge? For some reason there are people who just like to deal with life’s problems by complaining to random employees at random businesses, or even strangers on the street.

How do you handle them? Be kind and promptly redirect them to the business at hand. When you discuss the tactics you’re doing to help them with their business problem, it will redirect their train of thought back to why they contacted you in the first place.

Clients Who Curse Excessively

These clients aren’t afraid to let the expletives flow. Who knows why they’re doing it. They could be just trying to get a rise out of you. Maybe this is the only way they know how to communicate their anger, ineffective though it may be. Regardless of the why, the fact is that they make it difficult to care what they’re saying when they’re being so vulgar to you.

How do you handle them? Don’t respond to their foul language with even more foul language. You never fight fire with fire. If you’re talking to them on the phone, ask them if you can shoot them an email detailing a number of solutions you have that could help resolve their issue. This gets them off the phone, and shows them that you’re interested in solving their problem all at the same time. It’s a win for everyone.

The most important aspect of your employees dealing with difficult customers is the conflict resolution training you need to give them before letting them loose. Here at Incentive Solutions we offer a Learn & Earn Module that allows you to present curriculum to your employees, and it rewards them for successfully learning the material and passing a quiz on it. Customer conflict resolution can easily be uploaded as its own course, and can be used to help your employees defuse situations like the ones we’ve discussed today before they ever even start. Also, consider tying customer care to an employee recognition program, which we also specialize in. You can reward your employees for taking their training to the floor and doing the right thing with it. If you’d like more information about these programs and how they work, call us today at 1-866-567-7432. We’d be happy to give you a live demo and to show you exactly why our clients gave us a 95% excellent rating and would refer us on to a friend.

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The Use Of Business Incentives In Healthcare →

We’re going to go out on a limb and assume that you never thought incentive programs and rewards could be associated with healthcare, aside from the pharmaceutical aspect we wrote about several months ago. But they are. The medical profession thrives when rewards are placed in smart places. You can’t just slap rewards on patients discharged, it’s not fair and some would get discharged that weren’t ready. And you can’t just slap rewards on the amount of cancers cured either, because that’s unrealistic.

What you can do is incentivize the scheduling aspect of Doctors, Nurses, and other healthcare workers.

Much like gas stations and Waffle Houses, hospitals are open 24/7, 365 days a year. Emergencies can’t wait and the necessary hospital staff simply don’t get holidays. But there are many Doctors and Nurses who take their vacations around holidays (who doesn’t?) and that leaves the hospitals with a skeleton crew that can barely handle the large amounts of damage the public does to their own health during those times of year.

  • DUI crash injuries? Check.
  • Heart attacks? Check.
  • Boating accidents during Labor Day? Check.
  • Electrocutions from Christmas Trees? Check.
  • Broken bones from fistfights and stampedes at Black Friday events? Double check.

The list just goes on. Hospitals become heavily overburdened during the holidays – it’s just a plain and simple fact. So what can they do to try and alleviate some of the load on their attending nurses and doctors? They provide incentives to their staff to help make them want to work unwanted schedules by offering reward points (which are the currency for online reward programs) for working shifts that no one else seems to want. That means they have the choice of either taking some vacation time to spend with family, or if they’re not doing that and can work, they get paid and get incentive reward points on top of their standard pay. It’s smart, it motivates and it works.

Here at Loyaltyworks we’ve been creating these types of programs, and health and wellness programs for over 35 years. We live to incent desired behaviors, and we thrive on helping companies and organizations fulfill their objectives. We have special programs that are designed specifically to Call us today at 1-800-844-5000 to find out how our incentive programs can help your organization meet its goals, and what types of products and services we have coming out in the future.

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You Better Recognize Optimal Office Layout →

Let’s all admit to ourselves that almost every market on the planet is saturated. In a world where every one of your competitors has almost the same quality service, and similar quality products, the only recognizable differentiator in the market place is quickly becoming culture. But how can you inspire culture when everyone’s so busy just getting work done in order to survive? One method you may not have thought of before is through office layout.

While office layout used to mirror the organizational chart several years ago, nowadays more collaborative layouts have become more popular and the norm. New work spaces focus on the “we” instead of the “I.” Many companies, such as popular workplace designer “Steelcase,” focus on creating spaces that revolve around issues and projects rather than titles. It’s an innovative approach that’s catching on in other areas. They design offices around specific projects (i.e. a merger) and all the information stays in that one particular space, and people come to it instead of drifting from office to office trying to put pieces of the corporate puzzle together. These spaces also encourage communication and contact between workers and leadership, which leads to increased levels of morale and productivity, which ultimately make your company more productive and profitable.

While this type of office layout sounds absolutely amazing in theory (and execution from the handful of companies who’ve pulled it off) it doesn’t fit every company’s needs or culture. When deciding how to lay out your office, consider designing your layout so that it:

  • Supports productive behaviors
  • Causes people to relate to each other and information the way you want them to
  • Reinforces your company’s attitude – more hierarchical or more relaxed
  • Displays and helps create your organization’s values

If you put the proper planning and research into creating a collaborative space such as this for your company, you could potentially effect noticeable changes and improvements in the way your company culture operates and influences your results.

While we’re not necessarily office layout experts, we do know a thing or two about how to produce motivation, and how to get results. Here at Loyaltyworks we’ve been motivating employees and helping companies create the desired culture for over 35 years. Call us at 1-800-844-5000 today and schedule a free demo. We’ll show you why in a recent survey our clients gave us a 95% excellent rating and said they would refer us on to a friend.

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