One of the challenges with recognition providers is that most of their services and offerings are based upon recognition being delivered via online recognition programs.
Recognition vendors often use Software as a Service (SaaS) model delivery. This software distribution model is where a third-party provider hosts an application and makes it available to customers over the Internet.
But what are you supposed to do for employees who have no computer or smartphone access? Maybe they don’t own a smartphone or the nature of their work does not allow them to access work content online.
How do you recognize employees who don’t have computer access to your typical recognition programs? (more…)
It looks like you’ve got a problem.
You want to recognize Kim in another location of the company but their work doesn’t require them to connect with computers on a regular basis, if at all.
Right now, you have all your recognition programs hosted under a vendor delivered system located on an online web portal.
And it’s true, not all of your employees are sitting in front of a computer all day long. Your diverse workforce has many unique responsibilities and could have hands on work with little technology interaction.
Consider hospitality and restaurant services and the construction and healthcare industries.
So how do you leverage everything you’ve designed within your online recognition programs to benefit your offline employees? (more…)