The simple answer is that it depends on the type of employee recognition award. They are considered ordinary business expenses, but there are qualifications and limits that some must meet to be deductible.
If you don’t have a recognition program in place, now is the time to consider starting one. Here’s why.
We recently launched a survey about employee recognition and asked a sampling of thought leaders about how they plan to recognize their employees. After collecting 100+ answers from executives and HR professionals, we are seeing some interesting trends.
It’s a great time to maximize your employee recognition awards with a tangible acrylic award to show your appreciation for employees who made a positive impact this year. We’ve put together our top recognition award ideas for employees of your business.
Employees want to feel appreciated, valued, and recognized for their contributions in the workplace. In fact, almost 4 out of every 5 employees said that they would be more loyal to their employer if they were recognized for their contributions to the company. At Acrylic Warehouse, we want to gather the best industry thought leaders … Continue reading “Innovation, Dedication, and Respect: How Leaders Recognize Employee Contributions”
The end of the year is a great time to recognize the achievements of your colleagues, standout projects and initiatives, and groups who are setting the standards of excellence in your industry.
Employee Appreciation Day, which is celebrated every year on the first Friday of March, is a great time to celebrate the members of your staff and highlight the accomplishments of your organization.
Employee Appreciation Day is a relatively new holiday. Beginning in the mid-’90s and celebrated every year on the first Friday of March, this day is dedicated to thanking employees for their hard work and dedication through gifts, public recognition, and special events.
For most retirees, a meaningful gift from their company is an important part of the life transition from employee to retiree and allows them to reflect on their years of hard work and service.
Recognizing your employees for their hard work and achievements is crucial in today’s fast-paced, competitive workforce. In addition to traditional rewards through bonuses, raises and promotions, many organizations incorporate corporate awards to celebrate those who perform above and beyond expectations. Although the award format may vary from company to company, employee recognition programs have been