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employees are your competitive advantage in the marketplace. They are your
"added-value" that no other company has.
How you motivate and recognize your employees will affect your bottom line. If you want to dominate your markets, you need to
energize your front line workers with a desire and drive to accomplish your goals for business growth. It's not difficult to do, with
the right strategic plan. We can help you reach this goal!
SAS we don't just sell "products". We have gone through a comprehensive ENRI
Certification process to become the Experts so
that we can be trusted advisors to our Clients and help them create a proper Recognition Program that will best serve their needs.
These are a few highlights from the
studies, that as Certified Recognition
we use when designing Recognition Awards to meet the needs of our Clients.
. The knowledge, skills, ideas and talents of your Employees is your greatest business assets.
. A well prepared Recognition Program will help you to get the "Highest and Best" out of your employees.
. Unlike equipment, Intellectual Capital appreciates.
. People need to be Recognized for their achievements so that they will continue to provide employers with high-quality, value-added services and advice.
. A company’s “brains” - the know-how, relationships, secrets and collective knowledge of its employees - define its competitive advantage.
. “brainpower” will continue to become far more valuable than muscle.
. Strategic Planning is needed to identify, value and manage Intellectual Capital. Your greatest assets are now the brains of your employees.
. By recognizing your employees (intellectual capital), you can help make your company more efficient, more profitable and more competitive.
In 1996, the SEC sponsored a symposium on intellectual
capital at which Commissioner Steven M.H. Wallman predicted that intellectual
capital would one day
become the heart of the modern corporate annual report. He also advised companies to begin experimenting with the disclosure of “hidden” assets through published supplements.2
The ENRI surveys and INSR studies are a
comprehensive10 year report that gathered data from 13 states and over 80
corporate, medium and small businesses.
The main purpose of this study was to determine what motivates employees in the workplace and is used by Certified Recognition Consultants to help them design
effective Recognition Award Programs.
2 Leif Edvinsson and Michael S. Malone, Intellectual Capital, (New York: HarperCollins), 1997, p.5 .