Job Well Done

Schilling, Becky
May 2009
FoodService Director;5/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p66
Trade Publication
The article offers information on awards programs created by several food service operators. A 2007 survey by Maritz Inc. revealed that 55% of employees say that the quality of their company's recognition efforts impacts their job performance while 43% of employees are consistently meaningfully recognized for their performances. At Lovelace Westside Hospital, a comment card program is implemented, wherein guests let staff know how they make a difference. The University of Missouri Healthcare Rehabilitation Center has an employee of the month program.


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