You have a business. And it’s doing well, but it could be better. You’ve added staff, your profits have increased, but something’s missing. One day you walk into the office and realize what it is. Your business just doesn’t have that sense of community you hoped it would.
Somewhere along the way you realize you just don’t know the people working with (or for) you the way you’d like. Or, maybe it’s that some just come in, do their work and leave. But you want more. You want your staff to love your business as much as you do. You tried to bring everyone together as a team once, but it didn’t work out quite how you’d hoped, so you stopped.
That’s where Cosmopolitan Experiences comes in. While you focus on your business, Cosmo Experiences will focus on creating a way to incentivize your employees. And, no, it doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. And it doesn’t have to take away your employee’s day off or alienate any of them. Here’s the bottom line: your company and your employees are one-of-a-kind. And your incentive program should be, too. Nothing about it should be one size fits all. And that’s what most incentive companies do, truth be told. At Cosmo Experiences, we customize the incentive just for you and your business/employees, because there’s no other quite like you/your employees.
Even if you think you’re doing a good job creating a positive work atmosphere, nearly 70 percent of employees feel that they are only recognized by their employer once per year or not at all. You want to avoid falling into that large percentage. You want your employees to be engaged.
At Cosmopolitan Experiences, you’ll find that we will:
- Create a custom incentive design for your business and employees
- We get to know you and your business to bring out the best in your employees
- Plan — whether it’s a travel incentive program, or something in house, our team will put a plan into action for you
- Produce — let us execute the incentive for you
All in all, you will have happier employees which, in turn, helps your business thrive.
Stats came from PDF of: The State of Employee Recognition in 2012.