Barton, Tynan
December 2011
Employee Benefits;Dec2011, p47
The article discusses the long-service awards to recognize employees for their loyalty to the business. It says that employees may be given awards after three, six or 12 months in the service. It also mentions that though traditional awards such as clocks, pens, and watches are still given, vouchers for travel and luxury goods should also be offered to put up an award that is meaningful so that they will be motivated to work.


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