Employee Program ROI



Gallup Work Place Study

In a recent Gallup poll, nearly 70% of employees admitted they are disengaged from work or actively undermining the efforts of others—and Gallup estimates that kind of negativity and sabotage costs companies 34¢ on the dollar.

Through thousands of seemingly insignificant, daily interactions, teams unknowingly create environments that are either cohesive—or adversarial. And in this session, the difference between these specific behaviors, and their
far-reaching consequences, becomes stunningly clear.

Do You Know

  • 98% of all US employees know what year they started at their company
  • The majority of those employees can tell you the specific date such as “January 12th, 1995”.
  • The reason we all have a pretty good idea of when we started (if not exactly) is because our employment anniversaries are meaningful to us
  • The #1 Rule in Employee Engagement Practices: You better not forget their anniversary, because they sure haven’t.

The five different types of Organizational Needs include:

  • Compensation and Benefits includes fair pay, health insurance, and retirement
  • Location and Working Conditions includes the commute, available resources, and working environment
  • Acceptance and Involvement includes a feeling of belonging
  • Recognition includes being acknowledged for a job well done
  • Advancement and Growth includes the opportunity to grow and be challenged 

How Much To Spend for Anniversary Programs


Why Safety Pays


Companies that reward employees make more money over a five -year time period compared to companies that do not reward employees.

Employee-focused organizations increased their revenue 483% over the bottom-lined focused companies

According to Maslow: Rewarding employees for their contributions and achievements directly meets their needs for esteem, self-respect, and respect for others