ARuddWe've done stuff like this at my company as well. Earlier this year to celebrate a great 1st quarter we all went and raced go karts and bumper boats at a local amusement park.
We coordinated the event with a company called Incentive Logic and it was a huge success company wide.
As a member of the HR department at work, one of the things I think a lot of us forget is that we don't have to reinvent the wheel when it comes to rewarding employees. Most employees will tell you that a day off is still a really great thing for them.
Since we've been working with the group from Incentive Logic we've been able to see the value in employee rewards beyond just monetary compensation.
From United States, Gilbert
Avantika.KumarVery good exercise that you mentioned. Though this would be possible only in large corporations where huge budgets can be allocated to such activities.
Small organization can though organize such events by getting some contri from employees.
Life is what you make it....
From India, Delhi
arunrao1Not really Avantika, you dont need huge budgets for this.
What it does need is commitment in terms of time and ofcourse some creativity in terms of how you want to show the messaging.
Depending on the complexity and the number of people involved, a treasure hunt could be setup for as less as 25K and go up all the way to 5L plus.
If you are interested, drop me a mail at . We can help you design this within your budget.
From India, New Delhi
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