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Focus and Flexibility Prudential’s Rewards and Recognition Program in Action

July 1, 1998
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Prudential Insurance Company of America has a healthy mix of formal recognition and flexible on-the-spot rewards.
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Is Your Recognition Program Understood

July 1, 1998
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The best rewards and recognition programs are linked to goals that are in turn linked to better business. But how does HR communicate the link? A panel of pundits offers advice.
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Warner-Lambert Sends a Global Thank-you to Employees Worldwide

March 1, 1998
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Each of Warner-Lambert's 44,840 employees worldwide received a Seiko™ watch as a symbol of appreciation. The day marked perhaps the largest-ever employee recognition effort on a single day.
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Owens-Corning's Reward Program

February 1, 1998
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The Optimas article in the February issue of Workforce featuring Owens-Corning described its Rewards and Resources program. Following is information excerpted from "Rewards and Resources Program: The Details," distributed to Owens-Corning employees to communicate the highlights of the plan.
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Targeted Rewards Jump-start Motivation

February 1, 1998
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The days of rewarding employees just for length of service are dwindling. Tying rewards to specific business goals helps motivate employees to better performance.
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How the Bank of Montreal Keeps Score on Success

December 1, 1997
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To focus the entire workforce on success, Bank of Montreal executives use a balanced scorecard approach. To be competitive, executives decided, the bank had to meet the needs of four stakeholders: shareholders, customers, employees, and communities.
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Corporate Thank You's Food For Thought

November 1, 1997
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Suggestions on how to thank with simplicity.
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Have an Attitude of Gratitude

November 1, 1997
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Problems are arising, not in what we do to recognize employees (our actions), but in how we deliver the recognition (our attitudes). It’s the how that’s critical today.
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