Non-monetary Rewards schemes being adopted in IT industry? - CiteHR
Rameshgodb
General Manager Hr
Surabhiisgr8
Human Resource
Richrachna
Gamut Hr

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I need various non-monetary rewards schemes being adopted in IT industry. I have some details in the enclosed file and i need some more elaborate details. Pl help me.

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Hi Ramesh,
Your List have covered most of the aspects of non- monetry benefits. Though more can be planned like giving them Gift coupns, arranging family trips for Best performer of the year, arranging for Health Talks, Giving surprize party on Annevarsary by inviting the spouse and having cake cutting party.
Hope these ideas would addup to your required information.

Hi Ramesh,
Most of the things have already been added to your list, some more can be like :
Organizing Painting Comptt. to employee's kids
Celebrating some festivals like Diwali, Christmas, Ganesh Chaturthi etc within the organization.
Organizing special lunch on weekends (or you may also add sweet dish in lunch)
Attending weddings of your employees by any senior person or sending a letter from company's end on occassions like marriages, child birth, child's marriage etc.
You may even start up Quality Circles within the organization. This helps employees to build up self confidence, boost their morale and increase work efficiency. It can be within a dept. At the end of a project, interdepartmental competitions can be organized.
Regards,
Surabhi

Hi,
I'm working for Structural & MEP team. I need in-depth knowledge, in what way Employees can be warned or inform them more effectively about the negative feedback which they receive from Customers/Clients. Can anyone suggest the measures to over come this issue.

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