Survey – Generational Preferences in Employee Recognition

We are conducting new research on employee recognition. The focus is the specific preferences of each generation.

This survey looks at preferences for both tangible (gift cards, electronics, pay) and intangible (opportunities, social, work/life balance) rewards.

Your participation will help us accurately reflect the preferences all age groups.

To participate generational preferences.

Results will be posted here when the survey is complete.

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2 Responses to “Survey – Generational Preferences in Employee Recognition”


  1. 1 Christopher Draven June 9, 2008 at 9:06 pm

    Cindy,

    It is great that you are completing a survey that explores the differences generation may play in what engages employees.

    I completed the survey and have posted it on my blog http://www.facilitatethis.blogspot.com

    I will also make sure to send the survey out to several of my friends and business contacts. Please let us know if you would like any further information!

    Christopher Draven

  2. 2 profitmatterspeople January 1, 2009 at 5:58 pm

    I think your approach is excellent. There are no “employees” today. We have “this employee, right now”, “this employee, right now”, etc. If you don’t know what people want, how are you ever going to figure it out?

    We do employee surveys, among other things,and the companies that use us tend to me more sensitive to generational differences.

    Happy New Year!

    Rick Galbreath
    http://www.performtogrow.com
    http://www.outplacementcompany.net


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My name is Cindy Ventrice. I am the author of the best-selling book Make Their Day! Employee Recognition That Works and the companion guide Recognition Strategies That Work.

My work has been quoted in The New York Times, Alaska Airlines Magazine, Workforce Magazine, and Tim Sanders' book The Likeability Factor.


Visit my website www.maketheirday.com today!


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