Tips for getting the most bang for your rewards bucks

04/2/2012 | Smart Business online

Every company should have a total-rewards program that includes performance-based incentives and ways to formally recognize employees, writes Josh Strok of Towers Watson. "[U]nderstand your employees' preferences and use employee surveys with conjoint analysis to determine which rewards have the biggest impact on employee attitudes and behavior," Strok writes.

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